Lupin Blooms at Cottage


Lupin (Lupinus perennis)

One of my favorite flowers. This one is growing next to the cottage.

Outdoors: 72°F/50°F Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 62°F/63°F

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1 Response to Lupin Blooms at Cottage

  1. Ginny C. says:

    I also love lupines, and they grow up wild all over our property. Sometimes pink ones show up through cross pollination. The interesting thing is that our chickens love the lupines as well, and pull the seed pods off, crack them open, and devour the seeds. I guess that might be one reason more lupines show up in areas where the chickens roam.

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