A Field of Lupine

Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge accommodates numerous wild animals and plants. It can display the features of mother nature throughout entire year!

Between mid – May and mid – June lupine flowers (also called lupinus or lupin) reach their peak of beauty. There is a big field where lupine grows. It not only decorates the land but also provides the opportunities for people to appreciate the natural beauty by taking family photos.

We took a trip there during Memorial weekend the lupines have covered a good portion of the field. Purple flowers, green grass under the blue sky form a fairy land.

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