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Lupin ‘White’


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Great for wildlife
May - July
60cm x 30cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Attracts Wildlife
Fully Hardy
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Lupins are like the sunshine of a Summer garden—classic, vibrant, and full of charm! With bigger, disease-resistant blooms, these easy-to-grow plants bring height and structure to borders. Plus, they’re award-winning and a hit with bees and butterflies, adding a touch of lively nature to your garden. Featured heavily at RHS Chelsea Flower Show every year -and it is easy to see why!

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Lupin 'White' emerges as a standout choice in our plant selection, delivering an exquisite combination to any sunny Summer garden with structure, height, and whimsical white hues that capture your attention, particularly in the middle to back sections of borders. This Lupin variety earns additional distinction with the prestigious RHS Plants for Pollinators award, acknowledging its role in supporting essential wildlife and contributing to the overall biodiversity of your garden. Characterised by tall, graceful spikes adorned with elegant white flowers, Lupin 'White' not only captivates the eye but also attracts pollinators, ensuring a dynamic and buzzing ecosystem. Its hardy and easy-to-maintain nature makes it an excellent option for all gardeners, offering reliable performance and enduring beauty. Whether utilised to enhance flower borders or standing proudly as a focal point in cottage gardens, Lupin 'White' promises to infuse your outdoor space with long-lasting blooms. Embrace this plant's huge plumes, thoughtfully chosen by our horticultural team to bring visual impact and biodiversity to your garden landscape. Lupin 'White' not only stands out on its own as a captivating addition to your garden but also harmonises beautifully with companion plants. This lupin variety pairs exceptionally well with the vibrant blooms of Geraniums and the sunlit style of Gaillardias. Together, they create a visually dynamic and complementary pairing, enriching your garden with a tapestry of colours, shapes, and textures. Whether nestled among other perennials or showcased as a striking focal point.

Planting Conditions

For thriving Lupin 'White,' adhere to specific planting conditions. Select well-drained soil with a slightly acidic to neutral pH, ensuring proper drainage for robust growth. Lupins excel in full sun to partial shade, requiring at least six hours of sunlight daily. Plant during early Spring or Autumn for optimal establishment, but avoiding planting during frosty snaps. With these precise planting guidelines, characterised by the right soil composition and sunlight exposure, you create an environment conducive to the stunning display of 'White' Lupins. This perennial, with its vivid white blooms, promises to become a captivating focal point in your garden, adding a burst of colour and height to your borders. We suggest avoiding planting in containers as Lupins perform well in the ground.

Watering & Feeding

Caring for Lupin 'White' involves a simple routine of watering and feeding. Keep the soil consistently moist, especially during dry spells, to support its lush growth. However, avoid waterlogging, as Lupins prefer well-drained conditions. Apply a balanced, slow-release fertiliser in Spring and feed throughout the growing season to provide essential nutrients for robust blooms without excessive stimulation. This straightforward approach ensures the well-being of your Lupin 'White,' allowing it to flourish and showcase its stunning white flowers. With these basic care practices, you'll enjoy a vibrant addition to your garden that requires minimal effort to maintain.

General Care

Lupin 'White' is a resilient perennial that demands minimal care for maximum impact. Deadhead spent flowers regularly to encourage continuous blooming, promoting a longer, vibrant season. Lupins are generally disease-resistant, but monitor for pests and protect young plants from slugs and snails, applying organic controls if needed. Light pruning in early Spring helps maintain a compact shape and supports vigorous growth 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. With these straightforward care practices, Lupin 'White' becomes a delightful, low-maintenance centrepiece in your garden.