Are Lupine Native to the Adirondacks?

The blue, pea-like flowers of sundial lupine (Lupinus perennis) brighten the Adirondack Park counties of Clinton, Oneida, Warren, Saratoga and Washington in May and June. Although common in these areas, sundial lupine is rare through the rest of New York State.

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A freelance writer, Judy Wolfe has owned Prose for the Pros, a freelance writing business, since 2006. She's been an inveterate traveler since 1961 and draws on her travel experiences to provide articles for such websites as Chincoteague Island Vacations and Berlin Dude. Wolfe holds a Bachelor of Arts in literature from California State University at Pomona.