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Lupinus ‘My Castle’ (Lupin). This clump-forming perennial bears racemes of deep rose-pink flowers in early and mid summer.
They prefer climates with cool wet winters and long dry summers. They should be planted in full sun with well-drained, moderately fertile, slightly acidic sandy soil. They need plenty of water in the growing season. Remove seed heads of most varieties to prevent self seeding.
Grown for their large, imposing racemes of pea-like flowers. Suitable for coastal conditions. Attracts butterflies
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