Lupinus "The Chatelaine"


1 m. 3,28 f.
Family: Fabaceae

Genus: Lupinus

Genus that contains annual and perennial herbs and evergreen and deciduous shrubs. They feature erect inflorescences and palmate leaves. Poisonous plants.
They grow in neutral or slightly acid, light and well-drained soils, in full sun and part shade.
Plant in rock gardens, in groups and arrangements.
Annual plants are propagated by seeds whereas perennial plants are propagated by semi-woody cuttings and by division in summer.
Latin name: Lupinus "The Chatelaine"
Herbaceous perennial with pink and white flowers, borne from late spring to mid-summer.