Perennial Blue Lupin
Native to: North America
Number of Seeds: 30
Description: Lupinus perennis (Wild Lupine) is a showy perennial boasting narrow, elongated clusters of usually deep blue, pea-like flowers from mid-spring to mid-summer.
Planting Instructions: Early autumn or early spring. Scatter in seed trays. At the end of the first growth spurt prick out into pots. Once 10cm tall, transplant into permanent position. No digging needed – open a slit in the soil with a spade and plant.