- Flower nameGarden lupin
- Scientific nameLupinus polyphyllus
- Aliasノボリフジ, Lupinus, 昇り藤, ラッセルルピナス, Russell lupinus, ハウチワマメ, 羽団扇豆
- Place of originSouthern Europe
- Place of floweringGarden, Botanical Gardens, Park
- Flowering seasonMay, June
- Language of flowersImagination
What is Garden lupin
Lupine (scientific name: Lupinus polyphyllus) is native to southern Europe and is a winter tolerant plant of the leguminous genus Rupinus. Stretch the inflorescence from the tip of the flower stem, Japanese wisteria A butterfly shaped flower resembling a wisteria, blooms upwards. It is strong against the cold but weak against the heat. The leaves divide like palms. The seeds contain alkaloids and are highly toxic, but they are also used as traditional Chinese medicine.
In Japanese name, it is also called "Shinto". Although similar, lupine is herbaceous and wisteria is woody, so it is botanically different.
Common name: Garden lupin, Scientific name:Lupinus polyphyllus, Another name: Nobolifuji (up Wisteria), Russell pinas, Lupin, Origin: South Europe , Life type: perennial plant, Plant Height: 40-150 cm , Shaped: inflorescence racemose inflorescence , Corolla: Butterfly-shaped , Flowering: May - June, Flower diameter: 2 cm Flower color: peach, purple, white, blue, blue-violet, red, orange and yellow.