Lupinus perennis - Wild Lupine
A very attractive plant in the spring with its blue pea – like flowers. Does best in full sun but will tolerate some light shade. These clump up very nicely and should be spaced at least 20-24" apart. They do best in dry soils, if you live in an area that has a lot of snow be sure you plant these in a high spot, they will rot over winter if they stay wet. After a few years you will start to see little seedlings pop up around your garden. They will normally die back sometime during the summer months.
Sun to Semi-shade, Average Soil, Spring, 1-2’ Tall, Zones 4-9