200 Pieces Vibrant Lupine Flower Seeds For Outdoor Landscaping And Beautification
Introducing our pack of 200 Vibrant Lupine Flower Seeds, a perfect addition to your outdoor landscape and beautification needs. These perennial herbs are renowned for their captivating beauty, adding an alluring touch to your courtyard. With these lupine seeds, you can transform your garden into a vibrant display of multi-coloured lupine flowers that bloom in Autumn, creating a stunning spectacle for all to admire.
Our lupine seeds are not just about aesthetics. Apart from their beautifying function, they are also incredibly easy to cultivate, even for those without a green thumb. You don’t need a flowerpot, making them ideal for open-space gardening. Whether you’re a Sagittarius or not, these lupine seeds are a great way to connect with nature and bring a sense of tranquillity to your space.
How to Plant 200pcs Lupine Seeds:
1. Choose a sunny location with well-drained soil for planting your lupine seeds.
2. Prepare the soil by removing any weeds and breaking it up with a garden fork.
3. Scatter the lupine seeds over the prepared soil.
4. Cover the seeds with a thin layer of soil.
5. Water the area thoroughly and keep the soil moist until the seeds germinate.
6. Once the lupines have sprouted, water them regularly, but avoid overwatering.
With our pack of 200 Vibrant Lupine Flower Seeds, you’ll not only be enhancing the aesthetic appeal of your outdoor space but also indulging in a rewarding gardening experience. Bring home these seeds today and step into a world of vibrant beauty and tranquillity.
- Latin Name: Lupinus
- Planting Season: Spring or Autumn
- Germination Rate: Approximately 70-80%
- Grown Plant Size: Can reach up to 3-4 feet in height
- Time to Maturity: Typically 60-75 days
- Soil Type: Well-drained soil with a pH of 6.0 to 7.0
- Watering: Regular watering but avoid overwatering. Soil should be kept moist until seeds germinate
- Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade
- Uses: Great for landscaping, beautification, and adding a pop of colour to your garden
- Deer Resistance: Lupine plants are generally deer-resistant
- Pest and Disease Resistance: Lupine plants are resistant to most common garden pests and diseases
- Spacing Requirements: Seeds should be sown about 12-18 inches apart
- Companion Plants: Lupine plants work well with other perennial herbs such as echinacea and coneflower
- Harvesting Instructions: Harvest the lupine seeds when the pods turn brown and begin to crack open. Store in a cool, dry place until ready to plant