Arroyo Lupine - Lupinus succulentus
Species of lupine known by the common names hollow leaf annual lupine, arroyo lupine, and succulent lupine. It is native to California, where it is common throughout much of the state, and adjacent sections of Arizona and Baja California. It is known from many types of habitat and it can colonize disturbed areas. The amount of fertility and moisture generally dictates the height of the plant. Prefers moist clay or heavy soils in full sun.
Zones: 1 through 10
Height: Up to 2 ft.
Flower Color: Purple
Plant Type: Annual
Light Requirement: Sun
Bloom Time: Early - Mid Season
Seeds per Packet: 25+
Seeds per Pound: 15,600
Is this wildflower invasive: No
Is this wildflower endangered: No
Is this wildflower edible: No
Is this wildflower medicinal: No