Lupinus angustifolius L. (Introduced) (Medit.: Albania, Bulgaria, China North-Central, China Southeast, Corse, East Aegean Is., Egypt, France, Greece, Italy, Kriti, Lebanon-Syria, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Portugal, Sardegna, Sicilia, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey-in-Europe; Introduced into: Algeria, Argentina Northeast, Austria, Azores, Baltic States, Belarus, Canary Is., Cape Provinces, Central European Rus, Chile Central, Czechoslovakia, Dominican Republic, East European Russia, Florida, Guatemala, Hawaii, Hungary, India, Jamaica, Kirgizstan, Korea, Madeira, Mongolia, New South Wales, New Zealand North, New Zealand South, North European Russi, Northwest European R, Poland, Queensland, Romania, Rwanda, South European Russi, Switzerland, Transcaucasus, Ukraine, Uruguay, Victoria, Western Australia, Yugoslavia as per POWO)


Lupinus pilosus L. (E. Medit.: Albania, East Aegean Is., Greece, Kriti, Lebanon-Syria, Palestine, Turkey, Turkey-in-Europe; Introduced into: Bangladesh, Cape Provinces, Central European Rus, India, Nepal, New South Wales, Pakistan, Tanzania, Uganda as per POWO)

Floriculture in India gives the following species, which have been introduced in India:

Lupinus hartwegii (45-75 cm tall with white, pink and pale blue flowers) (syn. of Lupinus ehrenbergii var. ehrenbergii)
Lupinus luteus (40-60 cm, with yellow flowers)
Lupinus subcarnosus (a dwarf plant with blue flowers)
Lupinus mutabilis (a tall plant 120-150 cm- dark blue (marked with yellow and rose), blue, white, pink fragrant flowers)
Lupinus tricolor (a bushy plant 45-60 cm- white flowers changing to pink) (syn. of Lupinus albifrons var. albifrons)
Lupinus polyphyllus (perennial, with wide range of flowers)

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