Lupines (Lupinus spp.) are attractive and spiky, reaching 1 to 4 feet (30-120 cm.) in height and adding color and texture to the back of a flower bed. Lupine flowers may be annual and last only for a season, or perennial, returning for a few years in the same spot in which they were planted. The lupine plant grows from a long taproot and does not like to be moved.
- Uniform series with 5 colors in the series, including unique Red
Lupin seeds will germinate in a wide range of temperatures, the best being about 15°C / 59°F to 20°C / 68°F or somewhere around the temperature of a cool room in a centrally heated house. Seedlings should appear in 10 to 15 days time. When they do emerge, keep the plants in a cool, light position.