The white lupine, lupine, entremozo, or white lupine (Lupinus albus L.), also in certain places, is a especieleguminosa.
Stem erect, measuring up to nearly 2 m. and blades are made of an odd number of leaflets in the form of palm. From deep roots, the main very strong, digitate leaves with several leaflets, highly visible terminal inflorescences, pods compressed, oval or square, containing few seeds.
Light: full sun
Irrigation: Thanks a slightly moist soil, especially during flowering. You do not need a lot of water but does not support well the shortage. Small but steady contribution (drip irrigation in summer is ideal) Soil: All kinds of soil. Light and sandy. Supports calcareous and poor. Sowing: Fall and Spring
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