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    A spectacular, upright bloomer with a habit rather like a lupin, sprouting late spring, fragrant, primrose-yellow blooms on stems which emerge almost black in the spring, becoming green later. Although it takes a few years to reach its full beauty, it is very long-lived. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More



    Bright lemon-yellow 'pea' flowers open from blue-green calyces From March until May, which is early for a herbaceous perennial. These are carried on stout, almost black, slightly hairy, springy stems which are clothed in trifoliate leaves, sprouting from a single crown. This lovely lupin-like plant is found in the wild from Alaska and Siberia so is totally hardy. Easy and utterly non invasive, it is perfect for a well drained soil in full sun. ... Learn More



    Erect stems of bright yellow pea-like flowers (hence the "False Lupin" garden name), stand amongst purplish stems of bright green palmate leaves - quite a dazzling summer display! The flowers are followed by silky brown seed pods which are attractive too. The plant is clump-forming and gently spreading as in the picture, and also attractive to pollinating insects, butterflies etc., preferring a sunny spot. It will be a lovely feature in your herbaceous border or wildlife garden. ... Learn More


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