The trail was perfumed with lupin.
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How powerful is the lupin fragrance?
It depends on the time of day and the heat of the sun. But sometimes: intoxicating!
I’m not familiar with the lupin. From your comment I’d imagine that the olfactory experience is akin to the Frangipani here in Africa. Where is the Lupin to be found, Cynthia?
We found it hiking in the Berkeley Hills, greater San Francisco Bay Area. We’ve had lots of rain this year (thank goodness), so we’re having a real wildflower riot!