silvery lupine (Lupinus argenteus)

numerous stems with purple to white pea-like flowers in whorls up stems

silvery lupine


Common name: silvery lupine
Botanical name: Lupinus argenteus

Light: full to part sun
Height: 12 – 24 inches
Water: low, drought tolerant once established
Soil type: well-drained sandy to loamy soils

Perennial wildflower with purple to white flowers in whorls up stem; blooms in June; fragrant; very striking mixed with Arrowleaf Balsamroot

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