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August 28, 2012

Lupinus ‘the Chatelaine’ (Lupine)

'The Chatelaine' produces tall spikes of small pea shaped pink and white flowers.

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‘The Chatelaine’ produces tall spikes of small pea shaped pink and white flowers.  Looks great when planted in masses with other lupine varieties.  A member of the Russel Hybrids sereis which tend to be one foot taller and bloom two weeks longer than most other lupine varieties.

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