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Lupine, Perennial (1/4 lb) - SWF675

Planting Wildflowers

Planting Wildflowers

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Perennial Lupine - Lupinus perennis

Perennial Open Pollinated. Blue perennial lupine blooms in summer and returns each year. Lupine is a member of the pea family, and like its cousins lupine fixes atmospheric nitrogen into the soil. Pre-soaking the seed will aid germination. 1/4 lb covers approximately 1000 sq ft if broadcast. Thin to 1' when plants reach 3 tall.

Flowers: Deer resistant. Blooms in spring
Attracts: Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies
Soil: Prefers slightly acidic, well drained soil
Native: Eastern US

USDA Zone: 3-9
Plant In: Fall
Planting Depth: 1/8"
Days to Germinate: 15-20 Days
Height At Maturity: 2'-3'
Sun/Shade Requirements: Partial Sun
Water Needs: Moderate Water

Perennial Native Lupinus perennis Height: 24-36 Bloom Season: Spring/Summer Seeding Rate: Use 1/4 Lb/1000 sq ft Facts of Note: Sun or part shade, moist, well-drained soil and cool nights, self-sows, dense flower spikes to 2', California native.

Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply brand wildflower seeds from packs are guaranteed to germinate. Once the seeds have sprouted, please understand that Peaceful Valley cannot be held responsible for the many uncontrollable growing and climatic conditions that must be met to insure the success of your crop(s).

Peaceful Valley brand wildflower seeds are all non-GMO.
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