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(Hybrid Lupine)

Like rays of golden sunlight, the tall candles of lupine ‘Popsicle Yellow’ add brilliancy to beds and borders. Combine its vivid blooms with those of ‘Popsicle Blue’ for a really striking color combination. Shorter alternatives to the taller ‘Russell Hybrids’, the ‘Popsicle’ series lupines were developed from the species Lupinus polyphyllus, a North American native hailing from the Pacific Northwest.

A hallmark of the traditional English cottage garden, hybrid lupines create a strong,...

(Hybrid Lupine)

‘Popsicle Mix’ hybrid lupines produce spires of large flowers which bloom together to create a rainbow of color for cool summer gardens. Shorter alternatives to their taller counterparts the ‘Russell Hybrids’, these beautiful lupines are as suited to formal borders as they are to casual country gardens. The ‘Popsicle’ series was developed from the species Lupinus polyphyllus, a North American native hailing from the Pacific Northwest.

A hallmark of the traditional English cottage garden,...

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James H. Schutte

(Perennial Lupine)

Native to pine barrens and dry prairies of eastern North America, this short-lived perennial bears showy spires of purple-blue flowers in spring, and provides essential forage for caterpillars of the endangered Karner Blue butterfly. Both sundial lupine and the Karner Blue are in severe decline in the wild due to loss of habitat.

The compound leaves of sundial lupine have 7 to 11 gray-green leaflets arranged in a parasol-like whorl. They are the sole food source for Karner Blue caterpillars....

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Snowy Woodrush)

Pretty, chives-like white flowers top the grass-like foliage of snowy woodrush in early and midsummer. An evergreen, tufted perennial from southern Europe, it is fast growing but only slowly spreads its underground stems (rhizomes).

The grassy leaves are thin, flat, grooved and rise in tufted basal clumps. On the leaf edges are tiny, criss-crossing white hairs. In summer, tall stems rise above the clump of foliage and display loose clusters of many small, shiny white flowers. The overall visual...

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(Snowy Woodrush)

Pretty, chives-like white flowers top the white hair-edged, grass-like foliage of Lucius snowy woodrush in early and midsummer. An evergreen, tufted perennial from the mountains of southern Europe, it is fast growing but only slowly spreads its underground stems (rhizomes).

The grassy leaves are thin, flat and grooved and rise in tufted basal clumps. On the leaf edges are tiny, criss-crossing white hairs tha make the leaf blade look strongly edged in a band of white. In summer, tall stem rise...

Image of Lychnis chalcedonica photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Maltese Cross)

There may be no perennial more attractive to hummingbirds than Maltese cross, with its globular clusters of scarlet flowers atop tall, unbranched, hairy stems. A perennial native to European Russia, it has an upright, clumping habit with medium green, oval hairy leaves that form a basal rosette and also clasp the flower stems.

In early to midsummer, the stems are topped by domed clusters of five-petaled, scarlet to red-orange flowers. Each petal is deeply lobed, almost V-shaped. Both butterflies...

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James H. Schutte

(Maltese Cross)

There may be no perennial more attractive to hummingbirds than Maltese cross, with its globular clusters of scarlet flowers atop tall, unbranched, hairy stems. A perennial native to European Russia, it has an upright, clumping habit with medium green, oval hairy leaves that form a basal rosette and also clasp the flower stems.

In early to midsummer, the stems are topped by domed clusters of five-petaled, scarlet to red-orange flowers. Each petal is deeply lobed, almost V-shaped. Both butterflies...

Image of Lychnis chalcedonica

Jesse Saylor

(Maltese Cross)

The Carnea Maltese cross forms globular clusters of pale pink flowers with a bronze touch atop tall, hairy stems. A perennial native to European Russia, it attains an upright, clumping habit with medium green, oval leaves. The hairy foliage is basal as well as clasping the tall, unbranching stems.

In early to midsummer, the stems are topped by domed clusters of five-petaled, bronze-pink flowers. Each petal is deeply lobed, almost V-shaped. Both butterflies and hummingbirds will pay visits. Seeds,...

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James H. Schutte

(Maltese Cross)

A terrific hummingbird and butterfly attractant, Dusky Pink Maltese cross forms plump, globular clusters of pink flowers atop knee-high, hairy stems. A perennial native to European Russia, it attains an upright, clumping habit with medium green, oval leaves. The hairy foliage is basal as well as clasping the tall, unbranching stems.

In early to midsummer, the stems are topped by domed clusters of five-petaled, creamy salmon-pink flowers. Each petal is deeply lobed, almost V-shaped. Both butterflies...

Image of Lychnis chalcedonica

Jesse Saylor

(Maltese Cross)

There may be no perennial more attractive to hummingbirds than Maltese cross, with its globular clusters of scarlet flowers atop tall, unbranched, hairy stems. A perennial native to European Russia, it has an upright, clumping habit with medium green, oval hairy leaves that form a basal rosette and also clasp the flower stems.

In early to midsummer, the stems are topped by domed clusters of five-petaled, scarlet to red-orange flowers. Each petal is deeply lobed, almost V-shaped. Both butterflies...