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Ed Gedling Lupine

Lupinus microcarpus 'Ed Gedling'
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Growing Region:
Full Sun
Germination Rate:



12" - 36"


Orange Yellow

Low Water
Native to US:


Life Form:




Product Specifications:

Seeding Rate: 8 lbs. / 1000ft²

Scientific Name: Lupinus microcarpus 'Ed Gedling'

Ed Gedling Lupine, also known as Golden Lupine, is a unique species of lupine native to the western United States. It is named after Ed Gedling, a Cal Trans employee who collected the seed of golden forms of white whorl lupine to introduce the flower to the UC Davis grounds, thus resulting in this particular seed strain. Unlike most lupines, which have blue, purple, or white flowers, Ed Gedling’s Lupine has small, showy yellow or gold flowers that bloom in the spring. The plant grows to be about 1-3 feet tall and has an upright habit. It is often found in meadows, open woodlands, and along roadsides. Ed Gelding’s Lupine annual that is attractive to pollinators, and it is a prized find for botanists and gardeners alike.

Each wildflower seed packet contains approximately 100 seeds.

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