Poor for cattle and fair for sheep before the legumes develop
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A wildflower to the foothills and mountains of the western United States. Moderately drought tolerant in cooler mountain environments. Blooms June – October with blue-lavender flowers. Very similar in appearance and growth habit to Silver Lupine (Lupinus argenteus). Grows from 12-20” tall. It can be found at elevations up to 11,000 ft.