Seashore Lupin
(Aka Lupinus littoralis)

A perennial herb that grows in clumps, they are found on cliff edges, sandy beaches, and dunes.

For example, they can be found on the Dune Beach Trail just below the Meadow.

1. For a complete and detailed description of this herb, click here.

2. The first nations gathered their roots and then roasted or steamed them in pits. After that, they were peeled and eaten with oolichan grease.
Categories: herbs flora

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