I loooove lupines. How wonderful to find it in the wild. My favorite memory of lupines is walking through a field on Mt. Cook in New Zealand and there were lupines everywhere. They were about 3 feet tall and every shade of pinks, yellows, and blues. It was just beautiful! So everytime I see a lupine I remember that trip.
Hurray for SPRING! Woo-hoo!
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I have pink ones in my garden that I planted. What a treat to have them growing wild. And such a pretty color.Thanks for the taste of spring!
Just beautiful! I love the lupine!I'm your new follower!Barb
Oh Kate, these are beautiful!
Lupines are just beautiful and in the wild setting how nice to see!great photo!Sandy
I hadn't known what that was called but now I know it's a Lupine. Thanks.
How lucky your are being able to see flowers like these so soon. Everything here is dry and no rain. Nothing can survive like that. I pray we get rain soon.
Hi Kate-I found your blog this evening through the same party-I linked to Outdoor Wednesdays too.I have never seen lupines.They almost look like Texas bluebonnets!LauraWhite Spray PaintI am a new follower-
Beautiful! I had never seen lupines in real life only pictures, until a couple of years ago when I visited Maine. They are so pretty!
YAY!! Spring is on its way!
Oh Kate, it is so lovely to see this wild flower blooming already. What a blessing! Joyce M
Thanks for visiting me today and introducing yourself....love reading your blog. Flowers and food what an awsome combo, you know how to live!
The first photo is outstanding:) I love it.
How lovely! New follower from Outdoor Wednesday. Thanks for sharing! :o)
The Lupines are beautiful!!!! I don't think we have those in East Texas.I am a new follower....love your blog!Have a great day!!
Hi Kate, this is beautiful. We too have begun to see wild flowers and forsythia, a beautiful yellow flowering bush and sometimes as big as a tree. Come on Spring.Hugs, Jeanne
Thanks for sharing the touch of Spring. The sun is actually shining today, so may take the camera out for a walk.
Your lupine is so pretty. We don't have lupines in Alabama. I love all flowers but especially blue ones.Your food posts are beautiful. You are very good photographing your delicious food. Very inspiring.Thanks for visiting my blog.