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Lupinus - Lupines

One of the most striking perennials in the late spring garden, Lupines have long been cultivated by gardeners. With their elegant line, exquisite colors and fine-textured foliage, they create accents and punctuation and look their best when massed or interplanted with geraniums, catmint, and English roses. Gracing the garden in late spring - early summer, Lupines are welcomed additions to beds, borders, cottage gardens where they add color, height and structure.

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Lupinus 'Beefeater' (Lupine)

Gracing the garden in late spring - early summer, Lupinus 'Beefeater' (Lupine) features erect spikes of densely packed, brilliant red flowers with yellow flecked standards.

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Lupinus 'Gallery White' (Lupine)

A beautiful dwarf Lupine, Lupinus 'Gallery White' (Lupine) is a popular selection featuring showy, erect spikes of densely packed, sweetly scented, pure white flowers in late spring - early summer.

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Lupinus 'Gallery Yellow' (Lupine)

A beautiful dwarf Lupine, Lupinus 'Gallery Yellow' (Lupine) is a popular selection featuring brilliant, erect spikes of densely packed, sweetly scented, bright yellow flowers in late spring - early summer.

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Lupinus 'Manhattan Lights' (Lupine)

Gracing the garden in late spring - early summer, Lupinus 'Manhattan Lights' (Lupine) features showy, erect spikes of densely packed, sweetly scented, purple and yellow flowers.

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Lupinus 'Masterpiece' (Lupine)

Gracing the garden in late spring - early summer, Lupinus 'Manhattan Lights' (Lupine) features showy, erect spikes of densely packed, sweetly scented, purple and yellow flowers.

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Lupinus 'My Castle' (Lupine)

Gracing the garden in late spring - early summer, award-winning Lupinus 'My Castle' features showy, erect spikes of densely packed, sweetly scented, rich rosy carmine flowers

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Lupinus 'Noble Maiden' (Lupine)

Gracing the garden in late spring - early summer, award-winning Lupinus 'Noble Maiden' features showy, erect spikes of densely packed, sweetly scented, ivory white flowers with some creamy hints.

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Lupinus 'Purple Swirl' (Lupine)

Gracing the garden in late spring - early summer, Lupinus 'Purple Swirl' (Lupine) features showy, erect spikes of densely packed, sweetly scented, mauve and white striped flowers.

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Lupinus 'The Chatelaine' (Lupine)

Gracing the garden in late spring - early summer, award-winning Lupinus 'The Chatelaine' features showy, erect spikes of densely packed, sweetly scented, soft pink flowers with a white flag.

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Lupinus 'The Governor' (Lupine)

Gracing the garden in late spring - early summer, award-winning Lupinus 'The Governor' features showy, erect spikes of densely packed, sweetly scented, ultramarine blue and white flowers.

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Lupinus albifrons (Silver Lupine)

Very showy and fragrant, Lupinus albifrons (Silver Lupine) is a fast-growing, evergreen perennial boasting silky, gray to silvery palmate leaves and narrow, elongated clusters of blue to magenta, pea-shaped flowers.

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Lupinus havardii (Big Bend Bluebonnet)

Native to Texas, Lupinus havardii (Big Bend Bluebonnet) is a tall winter annual boasting narrow, elongated clusters of very deep blue, pea-shaped flowers with a lemon blotch. Blooming in early to mid spring, they are borne on the upper 4-8 in. (10-20 cm) of stout, ascending stems, well above the foliage of palmate leaves.

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Lupinus perennis (Wild Lupine)

Lupinus perennis (Wild Lupine) is a showy perennial boasting narrow, elongated clusters of usually deep blue, pea-like flowers from mid-spring to mid summer. The ravishing blossoms are borne atop erect stems, well above the elegant foliage of palmately compound blue-green leaves.

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