Sundial Bluebonnet Seeds
An heirloom variety, Sundial bluebonnets bring all the blue color Texans love about their bluebonnets with a hint of purple.
Species: Lupinus perennis
Other Species Names: Old Maid's Bonnet, Wild Lupine
Plant Height: 36 in.
Spread: 18 in.
Summer Foliage Color: Green
Minimum Sunlight: Full Sun
Maximum Sunlight: Full Sun
This native bluebonnet features purplish-blue flowers and grow taller than traditional bluebonnets.
Great in mass plantings or wildflower gardens, these showstoppers will delight with big blooms in late spring.
Bluebonnets seeds are best sown in fall in mild climates like Texas. They should be planted following the recommendations for seed depth and spacing given on the seed packet. You may also start them indoors 6 to 8 weeks before your average last frost date. Bluebonnets need full sun to thrive.