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How long is the Lupin flowering season?
Do you cut lupins back after flowering?
What do you do with lupins when they have finished flowering?
Why is my Lupin not flowering?
How many years do lupines live?
Should I deadhead lupins?
Do lupines spread?
Do lupins flower more than once a year?
Do lupins like sun or shade?
Lupins grow best in a spot with full sun or partial shade. Position them in a space with moist but well-drained soil – they also prefer a slightly acidic or neutral soil. Due to their height, growing to around 90cm tall, they do best in a sheltered position where they won’t be damaged by strong winds.
Will lupine rebloom if deadheaded?
Should you cut off lupin seed heads?
These tall plants can be cut back in addition to deadheading to maintain a neat appearance. According to the RHS, the best way to do this is to cut off the seed heads to prevent self-seeding and keep a compact shape.
How do I look after lupins in my garden?
How do I get my lupins to flower?
How do I get my lupine to bloom?
How often should I water lupins?
How do you take care of lupins in the winter?
- Move containers to a sheltered spot over winter, where they won’t be exposed to really harsh weather.
- Protect them from excess winter rain by standing them in the lee of a wall or in a coldframe or greenhouse.
Do lupines grow back every year?
What’s the difference between lupin and lupine?
Do lupines bloom all summer?
How to Grow and Care for Lupines.