Promoting the Use of Native Plant Species in the Home Landscape

Wild Lupine

Latin Name: Luminus perennis

Flower Description:

Flowers are in a spike-like cluster to 8″ long. Individual flowers are 3/4 to 1″ long and a typical pea-shape, on a short stalk. The lower parts of the flower are blue. The upper parts may be blue, or two-tone blue and purple, or blue and white.

FamilyPea
Season BloomMay - June
HabitatPart shade, sun; dry sandy soil, fields, prairies, edges of woods
CyclePerennial
Height8-24"
Leaf DescriptionLeaves are divided into 7 to 11 leaflets, radiating from a central point at the end of a long stalk. Leaflets are hairy and have rounded tips, often with a small sharp point at the apex and taper at the base.
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