At base edge of rocky outcrop.
This plant was found long the meadow-lark trial.
Don't think I seeded on this slope above Corey's and up the road a bit
Just germinating. Palmately leaved forb just left of my hand.
Lupinus bicolor is a species of lupine known as the miniature lupine, Lindley's annual lupine, or bicolor lupine. It is a showy flowering plant native to western North America from California to British Columbia. It is an annual lupine which often shares a habitat with the California poppy. It has a short, hairy stem and thin, palmately-arranged leaves. The inflorescence is short for a lupine at up to 8 centimeters tall. As its name suggests the...