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Lupine – Small Flowered Bi-Color


Small Flowered Bi-Color Lupine is native to western North America ranging between British Columbia and California and west of the Cascade Mountain Range.  This flower is found to grow in open prairies at low elevations.  When in the Northwest, plant this lupine outside during the fall for the best results.  Most natives need cold weather to initiate germination.  Many natives take longer to get out of the ground and grow, so allow 2-3 years for full establishment.  Patience is necessary when growing native flowers.

*Just a note about perennials:  Most perennials will not bloom the first year they are planted.  They establish a plant the first year and then bloom the second and every year after that.  Annuals will give you color the first year you plant them and then can reseed themselves if they like where they are growing.   This is why perennials tend to be more expensive.  It takes twice as long to get seed off of the plant than an annual when initially planting.

**For larger quantities than listed for sale please contact us for availability and pricing.

The broadcast rate for seeding is 40 – 50 pounds per acre.

The seed drill rate for seeding in rows is 20 pounds per acre.

Purchasing Options PriceQuantity
Small Packet $2.50

Covers approximately 5 square feet.

5 Gram $3.00

Covers approximately 20 square feet.

1/32 Pound $12.00

Covers approximately 65 square feet.

1 Pound $78.00

Covers approximately 2,175 square feet.

2 Pound $117.98

Covers approximately 4,355 square feet.

5 Pound $294.95

Covers approximately 10,890 square feet.

Scientific Name

Lupinus bicolor

Product Type

Native Flower


Blue, Purple




NW Native species



Bloom Season


Weeks to Bloom

8 to 9 weeks


7 to 9

Seeds Per Pound


Seeding Rate (lb./acre)



Nectar, Pollen


Bats, Bees, Beneficial Insects, Birds


Small Flower Lupine is native to western North America

Planting Season


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