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Plant Name:

Broadleaf Lupine

Scientific Name:

Lupinus latifolius


Broadleaf Lupine is a native perennial plant with tall spikes of showy, pea-like flowers. The flowers can range in color from purple and blue to pink and white. The plant has distinct broad leaves that are palmately compound.


Open meadows, prairies, slopes, dry forests


Broadleaf Lupine attracts various pollinators, including bees and butterflies. It also serves as a host plant for certain butterfly species.

Growing Conditions:

Broadleaf Lupine prefers well-drained, sandy or gravelly soils in full sun.


Broadleaf Lupine is often used in wildflower gardens and natural landscapes for its ornamental value. It is also important for nitrogen fixation in the soil.

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Fun Facts:

Broadleaf Lupine is sometimes called "Bigleaf Lupine" or "Broad-Leaved Lupine".

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