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By Aleyna

Lupinus (Lupinus perennis (Wild Perennial Lupin))

A friend brought a packet of lupine seeds from the USA. The species identified in the package is "wild perennial Lupine". They were planted in July. Remembering that our winter lasts from June to September. They are like that. Is it really so at the beginning?

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Yes, they look like lupins

22 Oct, 2020


Thank you Andrew. I'm willing to see the lupine flowers.

23 Oct, 2020


Look forward to seeing the flowers, Aleyna.

23 Oct, 2020


me too :)

26 Oct, 2020

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