name: White Lupien
Latin name: Lupinus bakeri bakeri hybrid
Flowers: May to July
Flower size: 1/4" to 3/8"
Found in: Foothills to Montane
Height: 20" - 24"
Native species: No Useful in garden: Yes
Cottonwood Pass just east of Granby on Highway 40
Wildflower: White Lupine Lupinus
bakeri bakeri hybrid
notes: If you ever have the chance to take a drive
over Cottonwood pass mid to late May... you'll be rewarded with a
bounty of wildflowers. Along this short pass which ends a Hot
Sulphur Springs, you'll see three varieties of Lupine, Balsam
Root, Indian Paintbrush, Sulphur Flower, and many more beautiful
Your local Garden Center will have several varieties of
Lupine available during the spring planting season.