We need your help recording the history of lupine flower colours across PEI. Our research lab started looking at lupines in 2012. We were interested in asking why purple flowered plants were more common than the other two colours, pink and white. As our study progressed we heard from many people who had also taken notice of lupine flower colours and their fluctuations over time. Again and again the story we heard was that the first colour to arrive was purple with the other colours slowly appearing over time. Now we want to document that change, and your photos (and stories) can help us do it. If you have any lupine photos, know the location where they were taken and the year (good guesses are ok, too), then we hope that you will share them with us. Thanks for participating.
Please contact Dr. Karen Samis (email@example.com) at the University of PEI if you have any questions about the project or website.