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Lupine (Pink)


1 quart pot

Lupines make ​a terrific addition to borders, water- conserving gardens, or scattered throughout native landscapes. Here in the PNW, lupine flowers will bloom from late spring through the first weeks of July.  Consider planting them with some late-blooming, summertime favorites — zinnia, rudbeckia, daisies — to keep the color going well into fall. Plants are deer-resistant ​and ​their flowers attract many important pollinators like bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. 


  • Annual

  • Full sun (requires at least 6 hrs. of sunlight)

  • Grows 3–4 ft. tall, 1.5 ft. wide

  • Avg water needs

  • Bloom Apr-Jul

  • Zones 4-8

  • Likes phosphorous-heavy fertilizer

Lupine (Pink)

  • At-A-Glance

    • Hardiness Zone: 4-8
    • Exposure: Full to partial sun
    • Season of Interest: May to early July
    • Flower Color: Pink
    • Mature Size: 2-4' tall, 3' wide
    • Water Needs: Low to average
    • Soil Type: Clay, loam, sand
    • Soil pH: Acidic, alkaline, neutral
    • Tolerance: Deer; clay or heavy soils
    • Attracts: Bees, birds, butterflies

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