Lupinus 'The Page (Band of Nobles Series)'

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Buy Lupinus 'The Page (Band of Nobles Series)' lupin: Graceful carmine-red flowers

This perennial dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

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Late flowering


I bought this late in the season to fill a gap. My other lupins had finished. To my surprise this plant which I assumed was dormant, grew a flower which remained on the plant until November! I look forward to the growing season with this very attractive deep pink flower.


North East




Gre rapidly into large plants and with dead heading flowered for 4 months, into the autumn.




Lovely colour


Very pretty plant stands tall and looks lovely with the white one i bought as well





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