An Annual Lupine native to Mexico, known as ‘Pixie Delight – Dwarf Lupine’ has flower spikes in white, pink, violet and blue. These gorgeous flowering plants will require an area of Full Sunlight for the majority of the day. Can easily tolerate poor soils and dry to moderate moisture. Quick and easy, this one is great for kids to grow. Will repeat flower if cut after first flowering and will self-seed for almost continuous flowering. These grow quickly and bloom profusely through summer months., late wilting cooler temperatures of Autumn and Winter.
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Scientific Name: Lupinus Hartwegii Nanus
Common Name: Pixie Delight – Dwarf Lupine
Plant Type: Annual
Family: Fabaceae – Pea Family
Native Range: Mexico
Height: 12-18 "
Spread: 12-16 "
Habitat: Clump-forming, Erect
Zone: USDA Hardiness Zone 3-9
Blooming Season: All Summer until the Autumn season arrives
Attracts: Bumblebees, Honeybees, Butterflies
Resistant: Deer resistant
Flower Shape: Bi-colored typical pea-shaped flowers
Flower Color: Mixed colors – White, Pink, Violet and Blue
Moisture: Dry, Moderate
Water Requirement: Average, Keep the soil evenly moist to ensure good root development
Soil Type: Well-drained, Loamy, Sandy
Soil pH: Acid, Neutral
Advantage: Easy to grow, Quick Growth
Uses: Used in flowers beds, Raised beds, Containers, Along walkways, Fence and driveways