By Lene Andersen. Health care writer, RA and disability advocate, wheelchair user and camera nut. Author of Your Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis: Tools for Managing Treatment, Side Effects and Pain
Yep, you got it, Lene. Those are lupins, which just happen to be my most favority wildflower in the world. Your photo is gorgeous!
Lene, thank-you for this picture. I just finished reading a book and lupins were mentioned several times. I had meant to look them up. Aren't they a lovely flower.
Miss Dazey, was it Something in the Water?
Those look more like sage flowers from what I can see of them. Lupin leaves are very distinctive: they are a whorl of long slender leaves.
They don't look like lupins. Salvia? (Just checking. That would be common sage so I agree with KMH.)
Yes, those are lupins, and a beutiful shot too! Had to tell you that I received my book - Our Hands Can! And the book is lovely! I was touched by the stories and the the photos were beautiful. You and your friends did a great job!
Salvia. The leaves would cinch it but lupin don't have the scalloped edges and the stamen sticking out.
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