Is Lupine Invasive?

Lupine is invasive if it escapes its planting area. Lupine plants absorb nitrogen from the air and fix the nitrogen into the soil, enriching the soil. Lupine is able to survive in very poor soil.

Keywords: invasive lupine, nitrogen fixing plant, beneficial invasive lupine

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Karen Carter has spent the last three years working as a technology specialist in the public school system. This position included hardware/software installation, customer support, and writing training manuals. She also spent four years as a newspaper editor/reporter at the Willapa Harbor Herald.