Lupin (Lupinus)More info
Lupins are very easy to grow and create interest with their tall tapering spires in the border with their pea-like flowers. When the flowers have faded cut them back to the base and you may get a second late flush of flower. The seeds of Lupins should never be eaten they can cause severe discomfort.
These lovely Perennial Plants bring stature to the garden try planting with, Gereanims, Delphiniums and Oriental Poppies for a glorious early floral display. If you want to hide the dying foliage plant with Hostas and Paeonies and Bulbs like Tulips, Daffodils and Narcissi. The bees will sit on the tip of the lower to open it then pop inside to collect the pollen.