Fabaceae, Lupinus arboreus (blue var.) – Tenneesee Valley, California


I think this is the blue form of Lupinus arboreus. There is a more common yellow flowering variety.

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Lupinus arboreus, flower

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      1. Kangaroos have started to invade our garden because the recent spate of bushfires has removed the wallaby grass that they survive on and its getting desperate for them. I don’t mind the odd garden hit but they are eating my precious potted plants! They repeatedly eat Steves topiary peace sign ivy whenever it grows a leaf (which I think is hilarious but which makes Steve twitch 😉 ) and they adore the lupins down to the roots. I have to admit that they have eaten my rhubarb leaves and stalks as well so I think they must have cast iron stomachs!

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