Can Lupine Be Planted With Lilies

blarson-61 added on July 10, 2015 | Answered

I recently planted a lupine in the correct soil and light conditions so I thought maybe it was the lilies. It never recovered from be transplanted.

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Answered on July 11, 2015

There should be no reason Lupines couldn't be in a garden bed with lilies. They are cold hardy to zone 4.

Lupines would be difficult to overwinter in your zone 3 garden. You can grow them as an annual, and if they were to seed that would be great.

If you place new plants in the garden water them well.

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