NOTE: many of the slideshows and headings
might not work right now since flash player
has been discontinued. I will endeavor to
reconstruct new ones for this and all my
other websites but it will take awhile.
Please check back at some time in the future.
Thank you for your patience, Kay
Lupinus perennis (also Indian beet, Old maid's bonnets, Blue Lupine, and Sundial lupine)
is a medicinal plant in the Fabaceae family. It is widespread in the eastern part of the USA
(from Florida to Maine), Canada (south of Ontario), and on the coasts of the Arctic Ocean, where it grows on sand hills.
More information can be found on Wikipedia here
These Lupine wild flowers were photographed in Josephine County, southern Oregon by Kay and JP Ekwall.
Flowers/Insects in the News
All photographs and web design by Kay Ekwall ©2009-2021 and may be used by permission only