With lupins they germinate one year and flower the following, typically flowering for a couple of years after that as well. classic as a short lived perennial, once they pass there best the plants can be replaced or allowed to self seed for more. Leave the pods to set naturally for a naturalised effect or remove and grow on if desired.
the plants are currently in their 1st year and are small seedlings but large enough to plant out. they will establish well and grow significantly in size. Growing to a clump approx 50cm wide with flower spikes up to 1m tall.
the flowers could be any colour in the lupin range which is typically, pinks, purples, whites and yellows.
Best in full sun. Can be grown on in containers or planted straight out. known to be tasty to slugs so protect when young if slugs are bad in your area,
comes in a 7cm pot
Upon arrival carefully unpack, water and allow a couple of days to settle in cool lightly shaded conditions before planting out. Water well until established after which little care is needed.