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lupine (Lupinus spp.; BEAN FAMILY [Fabaceae])  Moderately sized (8-24) showy perennial herb of sandy soils.  Distinctive palmately divided leaves and conical cymes of pea-like blue to white flowers.  One native species with 3 varieties.  Garden lupines (native to western North America) sometimes escape.  They are somewhat larger in all their parts.  [085]

 

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