Growing Lupines from Seed

I would like to know how to grow lupinus, can I do it from seeds from the plant I have already?
If so when do I take the seeds from the plant?


By Mick B

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August 16, 20111 found this helpful

Usually they reseed themselves but they are a short lived plant. I had beautiful lupines last year but this year, although I had a lot of them come up, they never flowered. So don't know if I will get any next year or not. I had a neighbor who gave me the plants to start mine. She had a whole field of them. Here is a pic, aren't they lovely?

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August 20, 20110 found this helpful

I let mine reseed themselves, but they are bi-annuals so the new ones coming up this year will not bloom until next year. They are one of my favorite flowers.

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