Lupinus concinnus  Bajada Lupine
ANNUAL.  Stems, pods, calyces, and both sides of leaves conspicously covered in long, downy white hairs.  Flowers few, in short clusters, pink or purplish-pink (not purple).  Pods elongate, with several seeds.  In the Empires, fairly common in wet years in deep sand on roadsides and bajada washes, March-April.  L. brevicaulis has shorter, rounder pods and purple flowers.
FAMILY:  Fabaceae  (Pea Family)