Lupinus truncatus

Wildflowers Wildflowers Dicots Eudicots Fabales Fabaceae Lupinus

Truncate leaf lupine. I’ve only seen one of these, all by itself in the sun on Blue Canyon trail. Leaves are much thinner than those of the arroyo lupine and much longer than those of the miniature and sky lupines. The leaves are also much darker than any lupine leaves I’ve seen before. No hairs.

First (and only) sighting near the end of March.

2 Responses to “Lupinus truncatus”

  1. Jay Sullivan Says:

    Lupinus truncatus

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