In the past, lupines were called “wolf flowers” because they grew where no other wildflowers dared to sprout. The ancients noticed this and believed lupines chased away all other plants around them but modern science proved it was simply that lupine survives, even thrives, in barren ground where little else will.
Certain plants are called colonizers because they are the first to show up in disturbed places following disaster and times of adversity Because natural disasters can change the nitrogen content in the soil or make it unavailable to plants, many natives don’t show up in these areas until well after the event. More immediately the lupine pop up in the wreckage just as the red poppies of France followed the damage to land suffering trench warfare. Purple is a rare color in nature, it combines the calmness and stability of blue, and the energy and passion of red. Purple also represents creativity, peace, devotion, vision, imagination, inspiration, independence, bravery and magic! Purple is known to draw in those who are seeking the meaning of life and spiritual fulfillment. It carries the most powerful wavelength of the rainbow. It’s the color of the supernatural. Purple is the most powerful visible wavelength of electromagnetic energy and has been thought to help balance the mind and calm fears.
July 10th, 2021
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