Unearth beauty with Bare Root Lupins! Fresh from the earth, our bare root lupins already boasted more than a year of growth. This added strength means faster flourishing and easier adaptation. Winter-hardy and ready for any unfrozen ground, these perennials greet warmer days with vibrant blooms that last for months.

Lupins steal the show in spring, thriving in full or half sun. Keep them watered for enduring elegance. Elevate your garden with our Bare Root Lupins for spring planting – where nature's artistry meets your canvas.

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Bare Root Lupins

  • Cottage Garden Stars: Lupins are quintessential stars of the traditional British cottage garden. Their vibrant and towering spires of blossoms add a touch of old-world charm that has been admired for generations.
  • Pollinator Paradise: Lupins are a pollinator's delight, attracting bees and butterflies with their nectar-rich, pea-like flowers. By inviting these beneficial insects, you're creating a thriving ecosystem in your garden.
  • Historical Herbal Uses: Beyond their visual appeal, lupins have a fascinating history of medicinal use. In traditional herbal remedies, lupin seeds were sometimes ground into flour, providing a source of protein during times of scarcity.
  • Nitrogen Fixers: Lupins are part of the legume family, which includes plants that have the unique ability to convert atmospheric nitrogen into a form that enriches the soil. This makes them excellent companions in crop rotation and sustainable gardening practices.
  • Vivid Colour Palette: Lupins showcase an impressive spectrum of colours, from delicate pastels to bold, eye-catching shades. This diversity allows gardeners to create captivating displays that suit any aesthetic.
  • Symbolism and Folklore: In folklore, lupines have been associated with various meanings. They were sometimes seen as symbols of imagination, creativity, and imagination, adding an extra layer of depth to their beauty.
  • Habitat for Wildlife: The lush foliage of lupins provides shelter for small animals and insects, making them valuable components of garden ecosystems. As they grow, they create a sanctuary for beneficial creatures.
  • Companions in Planting: Lupins are excellent companions for other plants in your garden. Their vertical growth habit contrasts beautifully with lower-growing perennials and ground covers, adding depth and texture to your landscape.
  • Hardiness and Adaptability: Many lupin varieties are hardy perennials, capable of withstanding challenging weather conditions. This adaptability makes them suitable for a range of British climates.
  • Cultural Significance: In some British regions, lupins have played a role in local culture. For example, the Russell Hybrid Lupins were bred by George Russell in the early 20th century in the UK, contributing to the country's horticultural heritage.