Arroyo Lupine

 

 

Lupinus succulentus

 

 

Fabaceae

 

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Form: Annual
Seasonality
: Sow seed in fall, blooms in spring

Size: 3 ft high by 3 ft wide
Leaves
: Leaves are divided into leaflets, forming a hand-like shape
Flowers
: Dense, sweet pea type, violet-blue flowers, presented on spikes
Fruit
: Seed
Stems/Trunks
: Lush and leafy stems
Range/Origin
: California
Hardiness
: Sunset Zones 7-24

Comments: No thorns

 

CULTURAL REQUIREMENTS:

         Exposure: Full sun

         Water: Moderate to ample

         Soil: Rich, slightly acidic, well drained

        Propagation: Seed

         Maintenance: Minimal

 

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