Lupinus Gallery White


  • Lupinus Gallery White

    Plant Fact File:

    • Plant Type: Perennial Flower
    • Common Name: Lupine
    • Variety: ‘Gallery White’
    • Mature Height: 30-36 inches (75-90 cm)
    • Spread: 18-24 inches (45-60 cm)
    • Bloom Color: White
    • Flowering Period: Late Spring to Early Summer
    • Hardiness: USDA Zones 4-8
    • Aspect: Full Sun to Partial Shade
    • Soil Type: Well-draining, fertile soil
    • Uses: Borders, Cottage Gardens, Cut Flowers


    Lupinus ‘Gallery White’ is a stunning perennial plant prized for its tall spires of pure white flowers. This cultivar belongs to the Gallery Series, known for its compact growth habit and abundant blossoms. The erect flower spikes rise above the attractive foliage, creating a striking display in the garden.

    Key Features:

    • Compact Growth Habit: ‘Gallery White’ forms a neat clump of foliage with sturdy stems that support the tall flower spikes. This compact habit makes it ideal for smaller gardens or containers.
    • Abundant White Flowers: The flower spikes are densely packed with white blossoms, providing a luminous accent in the garden. The vertical aspect of the blooms adds height and structure to mixed borders or cottage garden settings.
    • Long Flowering Period: Blooming in late spring to early summer, ‘Gallery White’ extends the lupine flowering season, providing weeks of floral interest. Deadheading spent blooms can encourage prolonged flowering.
    • Attractive Foliage: The palmate leaves are deep green and add textural interest to the plant even when not in bloom. The foliage remains dense throughout the growing season, providing a verdant backdrop for the flowers.
    • Easy to Grow: Lupines are generally low-maintenance plants that thrive in a variety of garden settings. ‘Gallery White’ prefers well-draining soil and benefits from regular watering, especially during dry spells.

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