Lupine & Aphids?

Answer Lupines are flowering plants that have been through many reoccurring surges in popularity over the years. Lupine flowers commonly attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. Unfortunately, they als... Read More »

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What Foods Have Lupine in Them?

Lupine is a high-protein grain legume that was probably first cultivated 2,000 years ago in the Mediterranean area, according to Purdue University's Alternative Field Crops manual. Lupine, also spe... Read More »

What is lupine poison?

The Lupinous plant species is a family of very beautiful flowering plants used in many gardens and in landscaping throughout North America. However, the plant, after spreading into the wild, has po... Read More »

How do i grow lupine?

Sow Lupine SeedSow lupine seed in spring after all danger of frost has passed. Select a location with full to partial shade conditions. Lupine seed can be harvested from existing plants after bloom... Read More »

How do I dry lupine flowers?

Remove LeavesUsing small scissors, snip the leaves off the stems of the lupine flowers. Snip the ends of the stems so that the bunch is even.Hang FlowersTie a string or pipe cleaner around the stem... Read More »