Arroyo lupine plants are the welcome signs of spring on the rocky slopes and grasslands of the Western United States. Pollinators are highly attracted to these plants and the seeds sustain small wildlife critters. For more arroyo lupine information, click here.
Desert lupine is a wildflower that grows across the southwestern United States and parts of northern Mexico. This nectar-rich desert wildflower is highly attractive to a number of pollinators, including honeybees and bumblebees. Learn more here.
Bigleaf lupine is a big, tough, flowering plant that is sometimes grown as an ornamental but is also often battled as a weed. Click on the following article to learn more about growing bigleaf lupines and when bigleaf lupine control is the best option.
Lupines are attractive, easy to grow flowering plants that tolerate cool and moist conditions, and produce stunning spikes of flowers in a wide range of colors. The only real drawback is the plant?s relative sensitivity to disease. Learn more here.