Silvery lupine is a member of the pea family (Fabaceae), which includes trees, shrubs, herbs, and vines with compound or occasionally simple leaves and flowers usually in clusters. Flowers of three distinct types; bilaterally symmetrical pea flower is the most common. Height: 12-30 in (30-76 cm).
Sagebrush plains and grasslands. Clay-rich soil.
Most of North Dakota, west to British Columbia, and south to Arizona.