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Lupine postcard

Posted by october17 5chgo (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 22, 05 at 18:24

A friend of mine went on an Alaskan cruise last August. Sweetie that she is, she sent me a postcard that is also a seed packet. It's some kind of lupines, the picture on the packet showed purple ones. Anyone from Alaska maybe see these postcards? I was wondering which lupines they are and maybe I should winter sow? Thanks!


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RE: Lupine postcard

I have seen these postcards before. They make a very nice souvenir of Alaska. Your seed would be either Arctic Lupine or Nootka Lupine. The Nootka Lupine grows taller. They would be an excellent candidate for winter sowing.

Sherry


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RE: Lupine postcard

Thank you Sherry! I'll look them up. It will be such fun to see them come up and bloom. I'll think of her (and probably you too) everytime I look at them.


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