All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

<strong>Sundial Lupine</strong>
<em>Lupinus perennis</em> / Pea Family
Milton, FL
March 24, 2006<br>
The leaves of this lupine are very different from the Oak Ridge Lupine. I found them growing along the same sandy road as the Oak Ridge Lupine. The...
Sundial Lupine
Lupinus perennis / Pea Family
Milton, FL
March 24, 2006

The leaves of this lupine are very different from the Oak Ridge Lupine. I found them growing along the same sandy road as the Oak Ridge Lupine. The seeds of lupines are poisonous to goats and cattle. The toxins contained in the seeds are lupinine, anagyrine, sparteine, and hydroxylupanine. The big names are almost bigger than the seeds themselves!


clr: 8-v

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