Kirgizstan, Image from Stuppy & Kesseler©Papadakis Publisher. Wisconsin, Altay, Flora of New Zealand 4: 1-1365. Thes. Leaves are basal and alternate along the stem, palmately compound, the stalks of the basal leaves often much longer than those of the stem leaves; leaflets 9 to 17, elliptic-oblanceolate, pointed at the tip, 3-12 cm long, glabrous above, sparsely stiff-hairy below. The fruit is a brown pod up to 4 cm long, covered with matted, woolly hairs; the pod opens to release 5-9 spotted seeds. Common Name: Marsh lupine. Lake Michigan Field Station, 1431 Beach St., Muskegon, MI 49441-1098 (231) 759-7824 Lupinus affinis. (2012). Press, Komarov, V. L. (1945). This species is widespread and often locally abundant, and is not considered to be threatened. (2015). Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Growing Conditions: full … saxosus , although some authors still maintain these as distinct species (Riggins & Sholars, 1993). © Copyright 2017 World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. Alkaloids present in the plant are mildy toxic and cause a bitter taste. Despite toxicity of some Lupinus species, others ( L. albus , L. luteus and L. mutabilis ) are cultivated for their edible, high protein seeds. Kumar, S. & Sane, P.V. Baltic States, Herbarium Name Used: none Lupinus polyphyllus var. Webb, C. J. et al. Preferred habitats include areas with low fertility, rocky, sandy or loose textured soils and medium to high rainfall. The root system should be severed below the thickened crown. Lupinus x regalis), which is a horticultural hybrid involving Lupinus arboreus and Lupinus polyphyllus. Illinois, Kyser et al. Lupinus polyphyllus COMMON NAME Russell lupin FAMILY Fabaceae AUTHORITY Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl. Massachusetts, Flora of New Zealand Vol IV. Drew's silky lupine. (1968). It is hardy to zone (UK) 3. prunophilus (M.E. L. polyphyllus is an important agricultural plant with a wide variety of cultivars differing in chemical characters, growth potential, and use. http://www.anbg.gov.au/chah/apc/index.html. Yakovlev, G.P., Sytin, A.K. Choose Project. In parts of Europe, the species is locally naturalised, and spontaneous hybrids with Lupinus × regalis (in cultivation known as Russell hybrids) and other introduced species including L. nootkatensis (Nootka lupin), have been reported. Abrams' lupine. It has been introduced to Europe, Australia and New Zealand for ornamental purposes, soil stabilisation and cultivation. (eds) 2002. 160 p. Dunn, D. B. burkei , L. polyphyllus var. L. polyphyllus is an important agricultural plant with a wide variety of cultivars differing in chemical characters, growth potential, and use. & al. Download PDF Comment on factsheet. Natural Resources Conservation Services Plant Database http://plants.usda.gov/cgi_bin/topics.cgi?earl=checklist.html. Flowers involve a dense, stalked, terminal raceme, up to 40 cm long, of whorled or somewhat scattered, pea-like flowers; corollas bluish to violet, glabrous, 11-16 mm long, the banner nearly circular and slightly shorter than the wings; calyces about equally 2-lipped, both lips entire or minutely toothed. Utah, Stace, C. (1991). Climate, elevation. © Copyright 2017 International Plant Names Index and World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. It is being provided to meet the need for timely best science. – From: Online Database of the North European and Baltic Network on Invasive Alien Species – NOBANIS www.nobanis.org, Date of access 08/18/2008. Formerly widely grown as a striking garden plant in its own right, L. polyphyllus is one of the parents in crosses that formed the renowned Russell Hybrids, Lupinus × regalis, which became a popular garden ornamental in the UK from the late 1930s onwards. Stem: generally erect. Note: Check state/provincial and local regulations for the most up-to-date information regarding permits for control methods. New floristic records in the Balkans: 37 Phytologia Balcanica 24: 397-461. Table 1. Botany division, D.S.I.R., Christchurch. Krasnoborov, I.M. Lindl. New Zealand North, 5. var. Flora category. Vermont, Seeds are dried, packaged and stored at a sub-zero temperature in our seed bank vault. L. polyphyllus is an important agricultural plant with a wide variety of cultivars differing in chemical characters, growth potential, and use. (Fr), Stancevicius, A. Lupinus polyphyllus is a PERENNIAL growing to 1.5 m (5ft) at a medium rate. Exkursionsflora fur die Gebiete der DDR und der BRD. Netherlands, Interested in growing tips for other plants we sell. Bobovye Mongolskoi Narodnoi Respubliki, Vol. Lupinus polyphyllus MINI GALLERY™ Series ... Common Name: Lupine. Papilion. Kazakhstan, Hitchc. (eds.) (Es), Visyulina, O. D. (1954). (1988). New South Wales, Low to fairly high elevations. Québec, MINI GALLERY™ Lupines are more compact, earlier blooming, and more floriferous than the Gallery Series and shorter in height than the popular Popsicle Series. Lupinus polyphyllus extracts (from low-alkaloid cultivars) are sold as herbal medicines. Lupines-Ca.. Kudanova, Z. M. (1965). The International Plant Names Index and World Checklist of Selected Plant Families 2020. Neuchatel, Paris. (Rus). Rothmaler W. & al. Lupins have been planted in some parts of Australia with a considerably cooler climate, par… 1827 Common names: garden lupin , large-leaf lupin , Washington lupin Stout perennial, leaves with 8-15 leaflets up to 12 cm long; racemes dense, erect, up to 50 cm long with bluish to reddish flowers; pods 4 cm long. MINI GALLERY™ Lupines are more compact, earlier blooming, and more floriferous than the Gallery Series and shorter in height than the popular Popsicle Series. Tropicos. Latino-russko-belorusski botanicheski slovar. Chile South, Native & naturalized Leg. Authority. Ontario, & Buko, T.E. Thus, L. polyphyllus causes a change in nutrient content of soil and, eventually, in plant communities. International Legume Database and Information Service (ILDIS) V10.39 Nov 2011 Lupinus polyphyllus has a moderate beneficial impact in the Great Lakes. New Zealand South, Switzerland, The information has not received final approval by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and is provided on the condition that neither the USGS nor the U.S. Government shall be held liable for any damages resulting from the authorized or unauthorized use of the information. Fire is not an effective control, as this promotes germination (DiThomaso 2013). VPA. Lupinus species are variably toxic due to the presence of alkaloids such as quinolizidine, and ingestion of foliage of some species can be fatal. North European Russi, Find a licensed propagator. Germany, Fabaceae. (Ukr), Grossheim, A. Lupines may be toxic and populations often increase in grazed (pasture) systems. Flora category. Plants grow relatively tall, and have larger-than average leaves, quite variable in the number of leaflets, between 5 and 17. Ecology: common in the Western and Northeastern United States and Canada. (1976). The common names cited may apply to either L. polyphyllus or its hybrids. Argentina South, Dictionary of plant names of Bangladesh, Vasc. Add to My Plant List. New Flora of the British Isles. Paris F. & al. 2. (2007). Home > Name Search > Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl. burkei (S. Watson) C.L. [Accessed: 8/19/2008 10:11:16 AM] Preston, C.D., Pearman, D.A. Weed Control in Natural Areas in the Western United States. Doct. & Monro, A. There is little or no evidence to support that Lupinus polyphyllus has significant socio-economic impacts in the Great Lakes. Media in category "Lupinus polyphyllus" The following 18 files are in this category, out of 18 total. ID 50152 Symbol Key LUPOP2 Common Name bigleaf lupine Family Fabaceae Category Dicot Division Magnoliophyta US Nativity Native to U.S. US/NA Plant Yes State Distribution AK, CA, CT, ID, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, ... Lupinus polyphyllus ssp. Montana, Low alkaloid forms of Lupinus polyphyllus have recently been produced, and the commercial cultivar L. polyphyllus 'Pervenec' has been released; L. polyphyllus is of particular value in northern regions of the world such as Finland and Russia, where seeds of other Lupinus species do not ripen. Brigham Young Univ. In: Flora URSR, Vol. Mostaph, M.K. All plant parts are hairless or only very lightly hairy. English: Lupine; lupines; In height, these are shorter than the popular Popsicle Series. North America. Belarus, Leaf: palmately compound [or not], generally cauline; stipules fused to petiole; leaflets 3--17, generally oblanceolate, entire. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Homeowner Tips. Papilionaceae. Its hybrids with L. arboreus and other species are cultivated as ornamental garden plants (with many cultivars) under the name Lupinus x regalis (q.v.). The Plants Database includes the following 6 subspecies of Lupinus polyphyllus . Ingestion of any part of a Lupinus can cause gastrointestinal upset or more severe symptoms if large quantities are consumed. Phillips : Family: Fabaceae: Common Names: large-leaved lupine : Eastern Washington: Native: Conservation Status: Notes The list of references for all nonindigenous occurrences of Lupinus polyphyllus are found here. China. Lupinus polyphyllus was introduced to Europe from North America by the famous explorer and plant collector David Douglas. Minnesota, Janokalyan Prokashani, Chittagong, Bangladesh. Gilman, A.V. Lupinus polyphyllus Largeleaved Lupine , Bigleaved Lupine , or, primarily in cultivation, Garden Lupin is a species of lupine lupin native to western North America from southern Alaska and British Columbia east to Alberta and western Wyoming , and south to Utah and California . Lupinus polyphyllus ssp. 910 pp. In height, these are shorter than the popular Popsicle Series. 2013. (Rus), Chittenden, F. J. Use the botanical name when ordering seeds (bulbs, etc.) ©Satu Ramula Seed pods: Lupinus polyphyllus (garden lupin); immature seed pods. Pakistan. USDA/NRCS PLANTS Database GLIFWC-Maps http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_Lupin, GLERL 4840 S. State Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48108-9719 (734) 741-2235 Belongs to the family Fabaceae. Opredelitel vysshikh rasteni Chuvashskoi ASSR. Large-leaved lupin has been cultivated as a fodder crop and green manure, for example in Belarus and Ukraine. (2008). (1952). In height, these are shorter than the popular Popsicle Series. Family: Fabaceae: Species: Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl. The RHS Dictionary of Gardening II. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0, © Copyright Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, IPNI - The International Plant Names Index. The International Plant Names Index and World Checklist of Selected Plant Families 2020. France, Common Name: Lupine This series of Lupine from HM Clause in France is touted as being more compact, more floriferous, and earlier blooming than the Gallery Series. Global Invasive Species Database. In: Eesti NSV floora Vol. Call us at 1 315 4971058. Supplement to the flora of Kemerovo region since 2001 till 2010 Turczaninowia 14(1): 65-74. It can fix Nitrogen. prunophilus and L. polyphyllus var. Manhattan Lights ... *Editorial Note: In North America, the common name is spelled “Lupine”, whereas in the United Kingdom and Europe, it is spelled “Lupin”. The genus takes its name from the Latin lupus, meaning wolfish, in reference to the mistaken belief that this plant devours nutrients from the soil. and Dines, T.D. Control Lupines usually require ecological disturbance to persist. & Lock, M. (2005). Binomial Name: Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl. Lupinus polyphyllus is known to hybridize with other lupines. Flora of the U. S. S. R. Vol XI (Engl. Lupinus polyphyllus is native to western North America, but it has escaped gardens on the east coast, and it has been introduced there as well. A member of the pea and bean family (Leguminosae), large-leaved lupin can actually enhance soil fertility with the help of nitrogen-fixing bacteria within special root nodules. This lupine can also be found worldwide as an invasive or commercial import (which eventually becomes a human-aided hostile takeover imperiling some local native flora somewhere). A. lupins; International Common Names. (Project Coordinators) (2014). 4. Vilnius. Note: Check federal, state/provincial, and local regulations for the most up-to-date information. (1951). humicola , L. polyphyllus var. 1827 Common names: garden lupin , large-leaf lupin , Washington lupin Stout perennial, leaves with 8-15 leaflets up to 12 cm long; racemes dense, erect, up to 50 cm long with bluish to reddish flowers; pods 4 cm long. (1977). polyphyllus: Family: Fabaceae: Common Names: large-leaved lupine: Eastern Washington: Native: Conservation Status: Notes South European Russi, Described 1827 in Botanical Register 13: 1096. Published on the Internet at http://www.ipni.org and http://apps.kew.org/wcsp/ In: A. Cronquist et al. It commonly grows along streams and creeks, preferring moist habitats. West Siberia, A new mix option to join the individual colors of the existing series. Lupinus polyphyllus MINI GALLERY™ Series ... Common Name: Lupine. Click here for Great Lakes region collection information, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_Lupin. Lupine seeds (also from low-alkaloid cultivars) are cultivated for the edible seeds. ammophilus , L. polyphyllus var. Show more photos. Russell lupin. Common names Blue Pod in English Darnarvuit in Armenian Garden Lupin in English Garden Lupin in English Garden lupin in English Gausialapis Lubinas in Lithuanian Gausialapis lubinas in Lithuanian Hulgalehine Hundiuba in Estonian polyphyllus Recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1 and EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1 Reference taxon from ILDIS in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life Details; Images (10) Synonyms (17) References (16) Homonyms (1) Subordinate Taxa; ... Common Names: Blue Pod (English, United States) ID 50147 Symbol Key LUPO2 Common Name bigleaf lupine Family Fabaceae Category Dicot Division Magnoliophyta US Nativity Native to U.S. US/NA Plant Yes State Distribution AK, CA, CT, ID, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MT, NH, NV, NY, OR, VT, WA, WI Growth… Due to the nitrogen-fixing nodules L. polyphyllus changes the soil chemistry in favour of nitrogen-demanding species. Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl. (2003). † Populations may not be currently present. Smaller centers occur in North Africa and the Mediterranean. polyphyllus , L. polyphyllus var. Common Name(s): bigleaf lupine [English] Washington lupine [English] garden lupine [English] altramuz perenne [English] marsh lupine ... Lupinus polyphyllus : Source: NODC Taxonomic Code, database (version 8.0) Acquired: 1996 : Notes: Reference for: Lupinus polyphyllus Certain species, such as the yellow bush lupin (L. arboreus), are considered invasive weeds when they appear outside their native ranges. A Field Guide, ed. Lupinus is an enormous genus of flowering plants, comprising hundreds of species. Press, Barneby, R. C. (1989). bigleaf lupine, marsh lupine, Washington lupine; Garden lupine; Altramuz perenne, This species is a perennial legume with flower colour varying from purple to yellow and red. Hungary, or when looking up information in the library. Synonyms and Other Names: ... Lupinus polyphyllus has a moderate beneficial impact in the Great Lakes. (eds.) 4: 1-536. Pressed and dried specimens of Lupinus polyphyllus are held in Kew's Herbarium, where they are available to researchers by appointment. During summer 2011, extensive brown necrotic areas were observed on young and old leaves of plants grown in a private garden near Biella (northern Italy). British Columbia, Synonyms and Other Names: ... Lupinus polyphyllus has a moderate beneficial impact in the Great Lakes. & Uddin, S.B. All plant parts are hairless or only very lightly hairy. Connecticut, (1988). Chlorsulfuron and metsulfuron are also effective (DiThomaso 2013). Opredelitel' Rastenii Respublika Altai: 1-640. A new mix option to join the individual colors of the existing series. Isely, D. (1998). Lepschi, B. In New Zealand, L. polyphyllus has escaped into the wild and grows in large numbers along main roads and streams on the South Island. Reg 13: t. 1096. Lupinus polyphyllus. A forage plant. Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. These are L. polyphyllus var. Vascular – Exotic. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0, Kew Backbone Distributions 3B:1-20, 27-27. It is unknown whether it is hybridizing with the sundial lupine (Lupinus perennis) native to the Great Lakes region. 11. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale. Western parts of North America with an oceanic climate: Canada (British Columbia), United States (Alaska, west Oregon, west Washington, north California) (Fremstad 2006). Lupinus polyphyllus (large-leaved lupine, big-leaved lupine, many-leaved lupine, blue-pod lupine, or, primarily in cultivation, garden lupin) is a species of lupine (lupin) native to western North America from southern Alaska and British Columbia east to Quebec, and western Wyoming, and … A new mix option to join the individual colors of the existing series. polyphyllus: Family: Fabaceae: Common Names: large-leaved lupine: Eastern Washington: Native: Conservation Status: Notes Oregon, Central European Rus, Lupinus polyphyllus MINI GALLERY™ Series ... Common Name: Lupine. New flora of Vermont Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 110: 1-614. 2. The pea-like flowers are arranged densely on stems up to 60 cm long. Common Name: LUPINE Habit: Annual to shrub; cotyledons generally petioled, withering early. This series of Lupine from HM Clause in France is touted as being more compact, more floriferous, and earlier blooming than the Gallery Series. Introduced through intentional planting, naturalized. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0, Kew Species Profiles (Lit). Lambion, J., Delvosalle, L. & Duvigneaud, J. It is smaller than its introduced rival, Lupinus polyphyllus. B. 3. Details; Images (10) Synonyms (17) References (16) Homonyms (1) Subordinate Taxa; Specimens; Distributions (40) Chromosome Counts (6) Group: Dicot Rank: species Kind: Name of a new Taxon Herbarium Placement: Lehmann, mid, I, 128 ... Common Names: Blue Pod (English, United States) Idaho, (1967). This information is preliminary or provisional and is subject to revision. It is recorded in the following Great Lakes states: MI, MN, NY, WI. var. In: Lietuvos TSR flora, Vol. – Oxford University Press, Oxford. On the other hand, a large number of hybrid lupines have been developed over the years specifically for use as ornamentals. Research Branch Canada Dept. Czechoslovakia, Biological There are no known biological control methods for this species. (1971). Published on the Internet at http://www.ipni.org and http://apps.kew.org/wcsp/ Native and Naturalized Leguminosae (Fabaceae) of the United States: 1-1007. MINI GALLERY™ Lupines are more compact, earlier blooming, and more floriferous than the Gallery Series and shorter in height than the popular Popsicle Series. Romania, New atlas of the British and Irish flora. Control is generally unnecessary in undisturbed sites. Botanical name: Lupinus spp., especially Lupinus polyphyllus (common U.S. cultiuvated) Common name: bluebonnet, lupine, quaker-bonnets. iNaturalist NZ View observations Donate Support NZPCN. 2. For general growing tips and how to care for your perennials. Formerly widely grown as a striking garden plant in its own right, L. polyphyllus is one of the parents in crosses that formed the renowned Russell Hybrids, Lupinus × regalis, which became a popular garden ornamental in the UK from the late 1930s onwards. When trying to find information, if I just searched for my species scientific or common name I wouldn’t get specific information that I needed. Flora Kavkaza, Vol. Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl. Common Name(s): Lupine, Big-Leaf Lupine INVASIVE to MAINE Research Summary: Emily F. For me, researching the lupine, Lupinus polyphyllus, was pretty difficult. Physical Hand pulling, tillage, and digging are effective for controlling established plants, but the disturbance from these methods can promote new recruitment. (1988). Of this lupine's foliage, Lawrence Newcomb, in his wildflower identification guide, writes, "Lower leaves with 7 to 11 leaflets 1 to 2 inches long" (p.66). Native Introduced Native and Introduced. (In use by NZOR) Taxon Concept NZOR Concept Id 6c76cd9f-e630-4698-be2a-aed0722bd4b4 ... Nicol, E. R. 1997: Common Names of Plants in New Zealand. Latin Name Common Name Habit Height Hardiness Growth Soil Shade Moisture Edible Medicinal Other; Lupinus albus: White Lupin: Annual: 1.2: 0-0 LM: N: M: 4: 1: 4: Lupinus albus graecus : Annual: 1.0: 0-0 LMH: N: DM: 4: 0: 3: Lupinus angustifolius: Blue Lupin, Narrowleaf lupine: Annual Lupinus polyphyllus (garden lupin); habit, growing on a forest edge. Large-leaved lupin is native to western North America (from the Pacific States east to the Rocky Mountains in the USA and north to British Columbia in Canada), where it is found from sea level to 2,200 m (occasionally to 2,600 m) above sea level.
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