Lupine - Texas Bluebonnet
This Texas state flower is easy to grow in most areas of the United States. Olive-green foliage is topped with spires of deep blue flower spikes tinged with white.
Sow seeds in a sunny location with average soil. Plant about 2 weeks before last frost or fall through spring in mold climates. Lupine seeds have a hard coating and can take some time to germinate--be patient!. Keep young plants evenly moist.
Texas Bluebonnets bloom in spring from a fall sowing in the southern United States.
- Seed Depth: 1/4in
- Seed Space: 2in
- Sprouts In: 15-25 days
- Height: 12-18in
- Flowers In: Summer