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Winsford, Cheshire
AnneB29
Nov 20, 2017 1:25 PM CST
Last month we noticed our Lupins had new buds and thought it was due to the mild weather, however, when they opened they revealed a tree of small leaves, which looked lovely but unusual. Is this normal for Lupins as we have never noticed it happen before, and can the leaves be replanted?


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DaisyI
Nov 20, 2017 5:16 PM CST
I have seen that before on my own Lupins. I have managed to root them a couple times by cutting the stem just above each plantlet (so the plantlet has a piece of stem) and putting them in wet sand. Sometime they root.
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