River Lupine, Riverbank Lupine, Stream Lupine, Streambank Lupine
In Stock: 0 g (grams) (Total:0.008lb)
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Scarification: Pour boiling water over seed , let stand in water for 12 hours; or small numbers of seed , file or sand through the outer seedcoat, let stand in water for 12 hours
Stratification: none required
Germination: sow seed 1/2" deep when danger of frost is past
Introducing Lupinus rivularis River Lupine, Riverbank Lupine, Stream Lupine, Streambank Lupine
Lupinus rivularis, commonly known as riverbank lupine, is a stunning flowering plant native to western North America. Found in coastal habitats from southern British Columbia to northern California, this robust and erect perennial herb or subshrub is a sight to behold. Growing up to a meter tall, it features a mostly hairless stem that is thick, hollow, and reddish in color. Its palmate leaves are composed of 5 to 9 wide leaflets that range from 2 to 4 centimeters long. The inflorescence is a raceme of numerous flowers, often arranged in whorls, and displays a captivating light purple hue with white accents. As the plant ages, its fruit develops into a somewhat hairy legume pod that can reach lengths of up to 7 centimeters, darkening in color over time. If you're seeking to add a touch of elegance and beauty to your own coastal garden, the Lupinus rivularis River Lupine is a perfect choice. For more information, please visit our website at http://plants.usda.gov.