• Aureus Yellow Lupine  - Wildflower

    Aureus Yellow Lupine - Wildflower

    Perennial. Soak seeds 24 hours before planting A stunning, yellow Lupine; 30-inch stalks are covered with brilliant flowers. Contains 100-300 heirloom seeds

  • Lupin 'Sunrise'

    Lupin 'Sunrise'

    Tall, branching plant with white, gold, bronze and azure blue flowers rising in ascending tiers. It is excellent for cutting and spectacular when grown in groups. MUST be direct sown where it is to flower. 40in. Germination: 18-21 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. Soak/chip seeds.

  • Lupin elegans 'Dwarf Fairy Pink'

    Lupin elegans 'Dwarf Fairy Pink'

    A unique, dwarf annual lupin, freely flowering with a delightful Sweet Pea fragrance in the evening. Ideal planted in sunny borders or patio containers. Germination: 18-21 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. 24-30in.

  • Lupin hybridus 'Tutti Frutti'™

    Lupin hybridus 'Tutti Frutti'™

    Years of T&M breeding have resulted in this stunning first-year-flowering lupin. Specially selected for its mouthwatering range of bicolored flowers, with the highest-quality flower spikes ever produced from seed, equalling the quality of expensive cutting-raised plants. Adds height, character and interest to your borders. Z5-8. 36-40in. Germination: 18-21 days, 65-85 F. Well-drained soil.

  • Lupin regalis 'Band of Nobles Mixed'

    Lupin regalis 'Band of Nobles Mixed'

    Late Spring/Midsummer. With improved bright individual colors. Z5-8. 3-4ft. Germination: 18-21 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. Soak/chip seeds.

  • Lupin regalis 'Morello Cherry'

    Lupin regalis 'Morello Cherry'

    The high quality, large stems of rich cherry and deep cherry keels contrast wonderfully together. Believed to be the fastest first-year-flowering perennial Lupin. Z4-8. 36-45in. Germination: 18-21 days, 65-85 F. Well-drained soil.

  • Lupine Sunrise

    Lupine Sunrise

    Marvelously fragrant and boasting three vivid colors on every bloomspike, Sunrise is a joy in the garden or vase! Beginning in summer and continuing into fall, these stately plants--3 feet tall and 2 1/2 feet wide--sport densely-packed, beautiful blooms with a heavenly scent that permeates the garden--fruity with a hint of fresh citrus!These long-lasting spikes of white, gold, and clear sky-blue are quite long-lasting, opening from the bottom up to extend the bloomtime. A magnificent cut flower, they are delightful in the garden near walkways or doors, where passersby can appreciate their invigorating, clean scent. And they really bring in…

  • Lupine Tutti Frutti™

    Lupine Tutti Frutti™

    If you are a Lupine lover (and which of us isn't?), you must try this improved mix grown especially for bigger, more beautiful blooms! You'll get enormous flowerspikes jammed with rich colors in stunning combinations, just begging to be cut for the vase. Usually this kind of flower quality is available only from expensive cutting-raised plants, but Tutti Frutti™ gives you top performance from economical, easy to grow, self-sowing seed!Tutti Frutti is a luscious confection of color combos, including midnight purple and magenta, persimmon and gold, butter and cream, pink and primrose, two-tone pink, purple with coral -- the permutations…

  • Lupine, Blue, Bluebonnet

    Lupine, Blue, Bluebonnet

    SECTION: Compost Crops, Beautiful blue annual wildflower that fixes nitrogen and tolerates poor, rocky soil. Fall-planted in zone 7 and above. All other areas plant very early spring—grows during cool or warm weather and dies back when weather gets very hot or dry. Spectacular sheets of blue in spring to summer. Excellent cover crop to prepare beds for heavy-feeding summer vegetables. One packet will plant 100 sq ft when using broadcast spacing in the bed. (Select Cultural Info/Seed Codes in red top bar for more details about codes below) EA CULTURE: W/Matures 8/Spacing broadcast SEEDS PER PACKET: 1300 SOURCE CODE:…

  • Mixed Lupines

    Mixed Lupines

    Large flower trusses in a rainbow of colors appear early to midsummer on strong 30-40" spikes. Plant 18-24" apart. #1 field-grown plants. Zones 4-8 Lupinus Russell Hybrids

  • Perennial Lupine

    Perennial Lupine

    Spectacular spires in shades of deep blue to purple. These hardy perennials are long-lived and require very little maintenance. The flowers look great in a meadow or garden, as well as bouquets. We do not recommend transplanting lupines once they are established. Hardiness zones: 4-8. Ht. 30-36". Avg. 1,300 seeds/oz. Packet: 50 seeds.

  • Russell Mix Lupine  - Wildflower

    Russell Mix Lupine - Wildflower

    Hardy perennial. Best in cooler climates. Soak seeds 24 hours before planting. (Lupinus polyphyllus) Tall stems are covered with beautiful flowers in colors of pink, red, peach, blue, burgundy, and brown. This fine flower will naturalize. Soak seed. Contains 100-300 heirloom seeds

  • Russell's Extra Choice Mix

    Russell's Extra Choice Mix

    Includes white, pink, violet-blue, red, yellow, peach, and bicolors. Hardy, long-lived, easily maintained. Does best where summers are cool. Hardiness zones: 4-8. Ht. 30-36". Avg. 1,200 seeds/oz. Packet: 50 seeds.

  • Tutti Frutti™ Lupinus Lupine Plant

    Tutti Frutti™ Lupinus Lupine Plant

    If you are a Lupine lover (and which of us isn't?), you must try this improved mix grown especially for bigger, more beautiful blooms! You'll get enormous flowerspikes jammed with rich colors in stunning combinations, just begging to be cut for the vase. Usually this kind of flower quality is available only from expensive cutting-raised plants, but Tutti Frutti™ gives you top performance from economical, easy to grow, self-sowing seed!Tutti Frutti is a luscious confection of color combos, including midnight purple and magenta, persimmon and gold, butter and cream, pink and primrose, two-tone pink, purple with coral -- the permutations…

  • Xeriscape Mix Eastern U.S.

    Xeriscape Mix Eastern U.S.

    This mix combines hardy annual and perennial varieties that, once established, need little extra water or fertilizer. Formulated for the eastern U.S. and southeast Canada. Mix contains: Partridge Pea, Purple Coneflower, Perennial Lupine, Coreopsis, Annual Gaillardia, Scarlet Sage, Dwarf Evening Primrose, Purple Prairie Clover, Clasping Coneflower, Prairie Coneflower, Anise Hyssop, White Upland Aster and Plains Coreopsis. Planting instructions included with order. SEEDING RATE: PKT. (1.67 gm.) sows a 75' row or 7 sq.ft.; 1/4 lb. sows 700 sq.ft.; 12-24 lb./acre. Use the higher rate for maximum color or when adequate soil preparation and weed control are not possible. Ht. 6-36".…