This lupin flowers in late spring and produces tall, dense flower spires in a mix of bicolour shades. It will attract butterflies and other beneficial pollinators to your garden. It also makes a great cut flower.
- Cut flowers
- Attracts bees
- Grows to a height of 50cm
- Plant in full sun in well-drained, moderately fertile, sandy soil which is slightly acidic
- Plant 50cm apart
- Water well through growing season
- Mulch well in dry areas