I LOVE getting seeds in the mail!
I didn't know there were biennial flowers. Interesting. The otehrs sure are pretty.
They will look fabulous. We do love lupins. Have a marvellous Monday.Best wishes Molly
Guess you will need to add your SUNNY dispositions to the flower bed. At least THIS year. They are Beautiful though, even without the Yellow ones.
That's a long time to wait to see the flowers bloom.
Can't wait to see the growing up into pretty yellow flowersLily & Edward
Oh! I was going to say yellow but then thought "do they even come in yellow?". BOL I cannot wait for all the colors to bloom!
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That's being optomistic....looking forward to 2016! We're more the 'oh, I should have planted bulbs last winter' gardeners!XXXOOO Bella Roxy & Dui
Those pinks and purples are very pretty...but those yellows ones will be gorgeous!
The Lupines are beautiful. The colors you have now will reAlly show even more with the beautiful yellow contrastingWagsErnie and the furkids
Yellow, well where did the yellow go. This seems like our cone plants. They are coming back thick except for our white ones. That bed only has a few sparse plants. Isn't odd that just certain colors of plants are not coming back!Thanks for being a friendSweet William The Scot
Round here, are lupines are blue, as in bluebonnets! Dey are long gone though, we gotta wait till spring to see dem.
Purple and pink are most common in the wild. I don't think I've seen yellow in the wild.
I was going to guess Airedale black and tan was the colors missing.Aroo to you,Sully
Moms love lupine too,, but aphids eat them.What about red? We guessed yellow and red.lovetweedles
Our Mom always plants pink and purple flowers so nothing looked missing to us. Yellow will go nicely with the others.
Your garden looks so beautiful - and WOW, are those yellow Lupines going to add some ZING!Yours sincerely,Margaret Thatcher
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