Arroyo Lupine (Lupinus succulentus)
Annual. Native to California. Leaves are divided like fingers into many leaflets. Flowers sweet pea-shaped, in dense spikes at end of stems. Spring bloom. Fragrant. Drought tolerant.
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Fields, slopes, roadsides, country gardens. Excellent in wildflower mixtures or sow with California poppy for contrast.
Sow one ounce to 150 square feet in fall or winter. Slow to germinate.
Requires little care. Infrequent waterings as necessary.
Packets available in 1 oz. size. Approximately 1,000 seeds per packet.
Larger quantities are available. Please contact us for additional information and a quotation.