I so know what you mean!! I love them too. Sorry don't have an orange one. I do have a brilliant yellow one that looks just like corn-on-the-cob when its out. I sowed a packet of mixed seeds hoping for a red one but unfortunately didn't get one.Vivienne x
My aunty has a bi colour orange and yellow. i will nab some seeds for you!
Oh I've got my first Lupins planted...I can't wait until they flower.
Oooh wow, I just LOVE lupes! I saw some pretty fabby ones at Chelsea, I'm not sure about bright orange but there were certainly some vibrant peachy salmon ones (West Country lupins). And no, you can never have too many!Hen x
I love them like I love Foxgloves ..and they are so easy to grow from seed!Hope all is well with you ;-) x
ohh love the lupine for years I could only get white to grow in my yard. I have long since moved and do not have a single one. Your are gorgeous.
They are stunning!The only thing related to Chelsea I'll be doing is eating a bun of that name! You know my gardening ability is nil!Lisa xx
They are stunning flowers arent they!Mine are only just starting t flower for some reason, yours look lovely.They are SO easy to grow from seed aswell arent they.x
Love your lupins!!! Thanks for sharing them with us all, Clare! XX
I love lupins too; where I come from they grow on the sides of the country roads - lovely!
Ooh they are so beautiful. Thanks for sharing your lupins with us.
Truly beautiful and no more more more of lupins. Mine have stopped growing this year, might be the naughty hens trashing everything.X
beautiful Clare, alas i have no lupins in my garden....yet! I love your new header. x x x x
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