These dwarf Lupines are super easy to grow, look great and multiply easily: what more could a gardener want?
As a garden flower the lupine is a favourite among gardeners because of the various colours and the tall spikes of bonnet-shaped blossoms. The leaves are usually composed of leaflets radiating to form a rounded hand-like leaf. It is an excellent plant for extremely dry sandy soils where few other plants dare to venture but it will not grow in clay. Plant a patch of Lupine for the butterflies...they'll love it!