Stately lupines always elicit a wow! . This colorful array of tall flower spikes will take your breath away!
This 1937 selection from England contains an array of colors on tall spikes that are quite dramatic when planted in mass, and in groups in a mixed border. A short-lived perennial in USDA zones 4–7, Russell lupines were developed to be grown as annuals in warmer climates, so everyone can enjoy its statuesque beauty.
Variety InfoMultiple ½" flowers on spikes. May include white, yellow, pink, orange, red, salmon, lavender, blue, purple, and bicolors.
RECOMMENDED. Sow in late fall or early winter for blooms the following spring. May also be sown 4 to 6 weeks before your average last frost date, but will flower later.