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John Zvirovski / The Sun Lupines are seen blooming in a Jamestown Garden this month.

Lupines enrich our gardens with beauty

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They say there is a plant for every purpose in the natural world. In some cases, we can understand why things grow where they do. Sometimes the soil is rich and full of nutrients, and everything growing in it seems to flourish. Yet in other cases some plants seem to flourish in the worst conditions. It has been shown after a natural disaster such as a volcano, a flood or even a wild fire, that there are some species that grow right away to fill the damage.

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