Sundial Lupine – Lupinus perennis – Wild Lupine Meadow or Border Perennial Native Seeds
DESCRIPTION: Perennial Lupine is in many prairie meadow seed mixes, Lupins are also often used in garden borders and container plantings.
Sundial Lupins are a great wildlife food source and habitat, easily grown in wildflower gardens, looks particularly effective amongst white Ox-Eye daisy and Coneflowers.
NAME: Lupinus perennis
COMMON NAMES: Sundial lupin, Perennial Lupine, Wild Lupine
FEATURE: Meadows and Prairie Planting adapts well to garden borders
SEED TYPE: Perennial Large Seed
FLOWER TIME: May – July
ZONE: 3 – 8
HEIGHT: 3 – 4′
WIDTH: 3 – 4′
LIGHT: Sun-Part Shade
MOISTURE: Average – Dry
QUANTITY: 25 Seeds
OTHER: Perennial Blue Lupin is native to much of the North Eastern USA and is not an invasive species, it does self-seed and unwanted seedlings or young plants should be removed.