Lupine polyphyllus Westcountry™ 'Manhattan Lights' PP18868


Like the warm rays of light pouring out of city windows at night, the stunning creamy yellow and burgundy-purple bi-colored flowers of Lupinus ‘Manhattan Lights’ of the Westcountry™ series stand tall and noble above blue-green palmate foliage, blooming from mid-May to early June. The floral colors of this mounding perennial are truly something to behold, a feat of many years of trial and error in Lupine cultivation. The striking and unique floral color of this Lupine cultivar as well as its upright, sturdy, mounding habit make it the perfect mid-garden vertical accent where it can act as the backdrop to smaller, late-spring blooming perennials. Lupines are known to attract butterflies and even the occasional hummingbird, but are typically deer and rabbit resistant.

  • Category: Perennials
  • Alternate Cultivar: Westcountry™ 'Manhattan Lights'
  • Patent: PP18868
  • Hardiness Zone: 4
  • Height: 36 Inches
  • Spread: 24 Inches


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