Mr Fothergill’s 27318 Lupin Avalune Bicolour Mix Seed Packet, Mauve/Pink


  • Hardy Annual
  • Sown where it is to flower
  • Easy to grow, long lasting fragrant flowers
  • Stunning in mass planting beds and mixed borders

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Sow these lovely flowers between March and May, or from August to October. You will be able to enjoy their flowers from June through to September the same year, or the following year. This will depend on when they were sown. They are quick and easy to grow, and produce long-lasting, fragrant flowers. They look particularly lovely if you mass plant them in your garden beds and mixed borders.

Remove any dead flower heads to prolong flowering later into the year.

Worth noting, these flowers are harmful if ingested.

Additional information

Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 7.5 × 14.5 cm
Product Dimensions

‎0.3 x 7.5 x 14.5 cm; 10 Grams

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Item display height

‎14.5 centimetres

Item display length

‎0.3 centimetres

Item display width

‎7.5 centimetres

Item display weight

‎0.02 Kilograms

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Harvest date


Moisture needs

‎Moderate Watering

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Date First Available

25 July 2017


‎Mr Fothergill?s Seeds Ltd


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    m r cooper

    The seeds were growing after a short time, very satisfied

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    Dissapionted. Only 4 have started to grow and a couple just seem to die off as soon as they appeared. Most of them didnt even attempt to grow. Will update review in the summer if they improve.

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    Tony Crisp

    Arrived quickly and looking forward to planting them. It didn’t say on the packet whether they are perennials.

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    The Mad Lep

    I bought these as they are one of the few varieties of lupin that flower in the first year supposedly. The seeds were sown on the 2nd of January and at the date of this review (11th February) I am now down to about 10 which are struggling to grow on, from an initial count of over 40 seeds in the packet. They were planted within the time frame given on the packet’s instructions, and were not over watered. Clean new compost. No reason they should have failed so badly. I later discovered from online research that most people recommend either gently sanding down the seed shell, or soaking them in warm water overnight before planting. There was no mention of that on the packet’s instruction however, so I’m really annoyed. That said, the seeds that have managed to put out any shoot at all are still weak and sickly, so I’m not sure if the seeds weren’t just poor to begin with; they certainly had excellent care so they should be doing well. Overall very disappointing and I wont be buying them again.

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    Not a single seed germinated. I bought some from garden centre and had 90% germination.

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    Rosalyn Foster-Ker

    disappointed in quality of seeds

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    Seeds never grew.

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    None Flowered

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