The plant is a variety of edible lupin from Spain. Not sure of the exact species.
This pretty little moth flew off before I could photograph it but I got a good look at it. It had dark brown wings with a glossy sheen, and a fluffy tuft at the back. There was a pair of pale spots and a pale spot along the back (I can't remember whether the pair of spots was before or after the single spot. The moth was a reluctant flier, hopping across the driveway. It made it into the garden before I could get my camera hand lens.
This is more a personal note than anything, until I get a photograph of one of these at our house.
Found in woody dry area. Conifer with scaled stem.
Is this native?