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What season do the lupine grow?
Question Date: 2016-11-29
Answer 1:

Different species of lupines grow in different seasons, and in different parts of the world. Lupines in areas that have cold winters grow in the spring and summer, and typically flower during the summer. Lupines in areas that have wet but mild winters will grow from winter through summer, flowering in the spring. Lupines growing in areas where winters are dry and summers are wet will grow during the summer and fall and flower in the fall.



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