Availability: April - June
Common name: Lupin, Lupine
Genus Name: Lupinus
Family Name: Fabaceae
Place of Origin: North and South America, North Africa and the Mediterranean.
How long do they last? 3-5 days.
Annuals, or short-lived perennials with tall stems. The leaves are shaped similar to palm leaves, and the flowers grow in elongated spikes of clustered flowers.
Did you know?
The seeds of Lupins have been used and are still used to this day to cook all kinds of delicious wholesome meals.
When selecting cut flower Lupins, make sure you take strong, long stems with fully developed well-dried fruits. Do not buy stems with discoloured fruit discs.