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lupine seeds

Debra Zussman
November 22, 2015

I bought lupine seeds on line and the packet said I could plant them in late fall for spring seedlings but seedlings came up right away! Will they die over the winter? (zone 7) Delaware, U.S.

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  • docmom_gw

    They should be fine. Lupine are biennial, so they normally spend their first season growing roots and a lower group of leaves. Hopefully, yours will just have a slight head start on growth, but will still spend next summer growing leaves and then bloom the next year. Lupine can also behave as perennials and continue to bloom for multiple yeas. Either way, your plant should survive winter just fine and keep growing next year.


    Debra Zussman thanked docmom_gw
  • Debra Zussman

    Thanks for the info and the encouragement. Are you a physician/mom? me too!!

  • docmom_gw

    I am a physician mom. I will try to message you privately.


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