When will my lupines flower? - Knowledgebase Question

Amherst, ME (Zone 5A)
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Question by cmg
June 10, 2005
I planted some lupine seeds last fall and it appears as though they took because the green leaves are there. However, they are very small and no signs of flowers. I've noticed all the wild lupines have flowers already. Does it take a coupld of years before the plant is big enough to flower?

Answer from NGA
June 10, 2005
It is usually the second growing season when they start to bloom. While you might see a few blooms later this summer, they should bloom next spring.

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