|Updated February 19, 2019 22:19|
|Featured Plant||tailcup lupine|
|Area||6189.0 sq. ft.|
|Initial planting date||Spring 2017|
Perennial herb and forb, part of the Fabacea or pea family. Leaves arranged in palmately compound star-shaped leaflets. Pale purple cup shaped flowers on erect stems. This is an important wildflower for native bumblebees.
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Learning Center. http://www.wildflower.org/plants/result.php?id_plant=LUCA
|Shrub-steppe habitats in dry areas in the western United States||Full to partial sunlight||No|