3 thoughts on “Desert Lupine

  1. Two days ago! Lucky you. Every time I see a lupine, I think of a silly book we used to read to the kids when they were young about the “Lupine Lady,” a woman who would roam this island with her pockets full of lupine seeds, casting them about wherever she went. I can’t remember why she did this, or even if she was the main character, but I have remembered her actions, all these years later.

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    1. Yes. Spring does come early down in the southwest. We got quite a bit of rain in the past couple of months, so we are making a trip to Anza-Borrego Desert next week to see wildflowers bloom.

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