Beautiful, if invasive, lupines along Lake Superior

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(Last Updated On: October 15, 2015)

After seeing the little lupines that grow profusely in Texas Hill Country this spring, I was excited to find real lupines (tall, multi-colored spikes) growing along the roadsides of Lake Superior’s North Shore in June.

Lupines along Lake Superior's North Shore

Lupines along Lake Superior's North Shore

Lupines along Lake Superior's North Shore

Lupines along Lake Superior's North Shore

Lupines along Lake Superior's North Shore

These are the same giant ones I regularly see in northern Wisconsin and I was pleased to see how many were in bloom in Minnesota this year . . . even if they are an invasive non-native variety. ūüôĀ

They are so pretty. And so much bigger than those Texas lupines!

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