Lupinus argenteus
Plants of the Southwest

Lupinus argenteus

Silver Lupine

Silver Lupine is a silvery grey perennial to 2 ft. with sweet pea-like flowers, lilac to violet in color. A nitrogen-fixing legume thriving on well-drained, poor, sandy soils. Blooms early to midsummer. Difficult to transplant because of its long roots. Sow in the fall or cold stratify 1-2 months. Zones 5-7.

    Zones, Sun & Water Needs: 567


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