Lupin Westcountry Terracotta
(Lupinus)

£15.00

£15.00
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Great for wildlife
Attracts Wildlife
90cm x 75cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Fully Hardy
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The ‘West Country Lupin’ series are featured heavily at RHS Chelsea Flower Show every year- and it is easy to see why!  These hybrids are renowned for their upright flower spikes which are much larger than a traditional Lupin, and have been bred to produce more spikes, that last longer too.

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Description

Plant Lupins in full sun to partial shade, in moist but well-drained soil.  Make sure you protect young plants from slugs and snails.  Feed regularly throughout the growing season and remove flower spikes as soon as they look tired otherwise they will go to seed and the plant will stop flowering.  Once the plant has finished flowering, usually around late May / early June, cut the plant back to a few inches and you will usually get a second flush later in the year.  Avoid planting in containers, will perform much better in the ground.    

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