Lupinus arboreus Sims (Syn: Lupinus barilochensis C.P. Sm.); 
 

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Fabaceae-Faboideae (Papilionaceae) Week: Lupinus arboreus from California: Lupinus arboreus Sims., Bot. Mag. 17: t. 682. 1803

Common names: bush lupine, tree lupin, tree lupine, yellow bush lupine
Bush or small tree with 5-12 oblanceolate leaflets, up to 6 cm long, strigose on both sides; flowers sulphur yellow in loose racemes; pod up to 7 cm long.
Common on hill slopes in California, photographed from Half-moon area


Great to see a Lupinus species.
Sir ji are there any native Lupinus?
Because most of the plants of Lupinus appear to be introduced garden plants?


Native for USA, …, where it grows wild


Fabaceae (Faboideae) Fortnight: Lupinus arboreus from California-GSOCT41/46 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)

Lupinus arboreus Sims., Bot. Mag. 17: t. 682. 1803

Common names: bush lupine, tree lupin, tree lupine, yellow bush lupine
Bush or small tree with 5-12 oblanceolate leaflets, up to 6 cm long, strigose on both sides; flowers sulphur yellow in loose racemes; pod up to 7 cm long.
Common on hill slopes in California, photographed from Half-moon area 


do you have a habitat picture of the area?


  

 
 
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