Wildflowers - Lupine Seeds
Lupines come in many shapes, sizes, and colors, and seem to hybridize easily forming even more variations. Some species like the Russell Lupines and Perennial lupines can be quite aggressive in their growth, and can take over areas if allowed to. Other native species like wild lupine flowers are much smaller and more mild. The palm-shaped leaf of the lupine family is unique, but can be toxic to grazing animals. Probably the most popular lupine flower seed that we sell is the Texas Bluebonnet which is blue with red shades at times. Most of these wildflower seeds are drought resistant, and like dry soils - sometimes you can find them growing in sand in nature where nothing else can make it. The lupines from the western US like the Sky Lupine or the Yellow Lupine are annuals and are the easiest and fastest growing lupines. Take a look at our lupine seeds in bulk below!