Lupinus microcarpus densiflorus
Annuals, Shrubs, Flowers
Leaves are divided into many leaflets that spread out like fingers of a hand. Sweet pea-like flowers are borne in dense spikes at ends of stems. There are hundreds of species, many of them native to the western U.S. and found in a wide range of habitats. The most commonly grown lupines are the Russell hybrids. Most lupines are not fussy about soil, though hybrids prefer rich, slightly acidic soil. All need good drainage.Lupinus microcarpus densiflorus
Annual. California nativeto 1 1/2–2 ft. high and wide, with white, yellow, pink, or lavender-tinged flowers in spikes to 1 ft. long. ‘Ed Gedling’, a selectionof L. m. d. aureus, is a choice form with bright yellow flowers. Sow in fall for spring bloom. Little or no water to moderate water.
‘Sterntaler’ hasyellow flowers with a reddishbrown circle in the center.
Native in North America from 2,000 to 7,000 feet elevation. Narrow, arching, blue-green leaves form a ...
Evergreen to semievergreen shrub from Bulgaria, Turkey. Grows to 1 ft. high and spreads by vigorous un...