Lupinus pilosus L., J.A.Murray (ed.), Syst. Veg. ed. 13, 2: 545 (1774) (syn: Lupinus hirsutus 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;
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This annual ornamental with beautiful apical racemes is real treat to eyes…
Lupinus angustifoliusfrom a flower show in Panipat..
I will take a short break for and Educational Tour to Manali-Rohtang for B.Sc. students, hopefully I may be able to finish my uploads after return on 21.10.2015. I may not be in touch till then…

We do not have this species so far in efi. Pl. see Lupinus
Image appears different in leaves from that in Wikipedia.

Lupinus cosentinii Guss. ??


Does not seem Lupinus cosentinii Guss. in which leaves are much narrower, and can grow only in temperate climate.


Lupinus angustifolius leaflets are very narrow, almost linear, and flowers mostly scattered, here they seem whorled. L. pubescens is possible.


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

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)
Perennials:
Lupinus polyphyllus (perennial, with wide range of flowers)
Lupinus luteus
Lupinus mutabilis
Lupinus hirsutus (syn. of L.pilosus)
This may be Lupinus hirsutus (syn. of L.pilosus)

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SK1112 26 APR-2018 : 5 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (7)

Location:  Godawari, Nepal  
Date: 18 April 2018
Altitude: 5000 ft.
Habit: Cultivated
Lupinus nanus Benth. ??

It was tagged as Lupinus sp in the Botanical Garden and I checked in the web and found closer to the ID.

Lupinus cosentinii Guss. ??


I think looks different as per
keyserver.lucidcentral


OK …


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

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)
Perennials:
Lupinus polyphyllus (perennial, with wide range of flowers)
Lupinus luteus
Lupinus mutabilis
Lupinus hirsutus (syn. of L.pilosus)
This may be Lupinus hirsutus (syn. of L.pilosus)


OK …



I searched digitate fabaceae, not sure though if it could be from other family. However, my search result yields Lupinus latifolius.
Species : UNKNOWN
H & H : ornamental in 200 sq. ft. garden, nurtured by local youth of a rural club
Date : 20-01-13
Place : Bandipur (Hooghly)

It is likely to be a Lupinus species. Lupinus is a genus from Fabaceae; the plants from which have palmately compound leaves. The genus comprises of some 280 species found in southern and western North America.
Beautiful plant indeed.


Thank you …, yesterday i found this site on various species of Lupinus.


I searched for acute leaf (leaflets) Lupinus and found majority search results leading to L. polyphyllus. But, as … said there are about 280 species of this genus and must be some hybrids too, i think, without any leaf size or other data it might not be possible to ascertain it to the species level.


This garden variety might be known as Lupinus  hybrida, an account of the garden hybrids can be found at missouribotanicalgarden. However, as per KEW those are probably “Russell hybrids of Lupinus polyphyllus“.


Appears to be similar to images and details at Fabaceae (Faboideae) Fortnight :: Lupinus angustifolius- Cultivated :: Panipat :: NS OCT 85/85


Yes  Sir, it is similar to the post you referred to. But is it L. angustifolius? I am confused for the endnote there – efi thread.
Cultivated Lupins are chiefly two types – (1) fodder crop and (2) garden type. As far as I could gather data from the net, I come to know that these are extensively grown in Australia. Also the fact that  L. angustifolia is a fodder crop than an ornamental one. For reference one can access the file – The Biology of Lupinus …. biosafety.icar.gov.pdf


This may be Lupinus hirsutus (syn. of L.pilosus).

Pl. check.


Yes, Sir, might be possible, since the first three pictures of … post look similar to L. hirsutus.



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