Sonoma Coastal Lupine


This week we’ll be featuring some photos of native wildflowers and succulents from the Sonoma Coast, as that’s where I went for a walk this week and took some pictures of some native wildflowers and succulents.

First up we have a rare lupine.

Lupinus tidestromii

It’s small, and rhizomous, and not very widespread at all. But aren’t they adorable.

I’m not aware of this being in cultivation anywhere, maybe because it’s so small. But presumeably with better conditions it would get bigger. The leaves are quite pretty and the seed pods were in all stages of ripenesses.


    
    
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