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Lupinus Gallery Rose is a popular flowering perennial plant that is prized for its beautiful spikes of rose-coloured flowers and attractive foliage. It is native to North America and is a great choice for gardeners who want to add a touch of vibrant colour to their outdoor space. Here is a description of Lupinus Gallery Rose that is suitable for a UK garden centre website:
Best position: Lupinus Gallery Rose prefers a sunny or partially shaded spot in the garden, in a moist, well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter. It is a great choice for a border plant and can also be grown in containers. Lupinus Gallery Rose grows up to 60cm tall, so it’s best to plant it towards the back of a border.
Flowering time: Lupinus Gallery Rose flowers from late spring to early summer. It produces tall spikes of beautiful rose-coloured flowers that are highly attractive to bees and other pollinators. These flowers will continue to bloom throughout the summer months, adding a splash of colour to your garden.
When to feed: Lupinus Gallery Rose will benefit from regular feeding throughout the growing season. Use a balanced, slow-release fertiliser in early spring and then supplement with a liquid fertiliser every two weeks during the summer months.
When to prune: Lupinus Gallery Rose does not require regular pruning, but you can deadhead the spent flowers to encourage more blooms and to keep the plant looking tidy. You can also cut back any dead or damaged foliage in the late winter or early spring, before new growth begins. If the plant becomes too leggy, you can also pinch back the tips of the stems to encourage bushier growth.
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