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This Silver Lupine is an easy-to-grow, drought-tolerant native wildflower that offers year-round silver foliage and deep purple to light blue flowers. It is perfect for adding color and texture to your garden. It requires well-drained soils to thrive. This hardy wildflower is an excellent choice for those looking for a low-maintenance plant that can tolerate dry conditions and look beautiful in the landscape. Usually found on dry slopes, chaparral, and edges of oak forests. A favorite of bumblebees. (Mother plants from Douglas Co.)

  • Height: 18-24”
  • Width: 18-24”
  • Water: dry to very dry
  • Sun: Full sun
  • Bloom time: May
  • Direct sowing: Seeds germinate best in cooler temps and benefit from scarification
  • Growing transplants: Seeds are not dormant, but benefit from exposure to cool temps (less than 50 degrees for 7 days) then germinate in temps between 60-65 degrees.

Silver lupine

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