Part of the West Country Lupin Collection.
Elegant pink and white spires create a wonderful display of colour for the garden throughout the summer. West Country Lupins are a very strong form of the traditional Lupin. It is hardy and foliage will die down in autumn.
Month Available: April
Evergreen / Deciduous: Deciduous
Flower Colour: Pink
Suitable For Wildlife: None
Soil Type: Well-drained
Sun/Shade: Full sun
Season of Interest: Spring, Summer
Plant Type: Perennial
Main Attribute: Flowering late spring to early summer.
Height / Spread: 60cm x 45cm (24in x 18in)
To get a good display of these wonderful Lupin, dress with bonemeal or seaweed before and during the growing season.
Where to Plant: Patio pots, Borders
Pests and Diseases: Slugs, Snails.
Plant Care: Removing the flower spikes in the first year will allow the plant to establish.
Care and Time: Low - summer
Warning: Harmful if eaten.
Benefits: Wonderful form of an old favourite. Strong growth and disease resistance. Scented flowers.
History: Introduced by Sarah Frances Conibear, of West Country Lupins in Devon.
EU Rights: EU Plant Variety Rights apply. Propagation without a license is illegal.