Peep The Beauty of Wild Lupine in Lake Tekapo, New Zealand
|Posted by Eko Prasetyo on Mon Jul 14, 2014|
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Consider the flowers of this gorgeous purple shades. It is the view of the lupine flowers that are blooming in Lake Tekapo, New Zealand. Written Amusing Planet, this lake is the second largest lake of the three lakes stretching from the north to the south side of the Mackenzie Basin. In addition to a beautiful view of the lake which is natural, the area around the lake is also overgrown clumps of beautiful wild lupins. From the lake region is a scene of snow capped mountains. Water itself turquoise lake and nearby there is a small church that gave the impression that romantic for anyone looking.
Overall from Lake Tekapo stunning nature make this place as the object favoerit photographers, both amateur and professional. Every year from mid-November to December, the beauty of the lake is more complete with a colorful display of blue, purple, orange, yellow, pink, and white flowers that bloom Lupin.
Lupins is a clump of exotic plants can grow up to 1.5 meters that supposedly never dies. Such as grass weeds always grow back after the dry season, these flowers also survive in the same way. After spreading the seeds are dark brown on the ground during the summer, the flowers will die during the winter, then grow again next spring.
Lupins growing along the lake Tekapo and surrounding itself comes from the types of Russell Lupin. This flower was first introduced by a woman named Connie Scott in 1950. Initially flowers similar to the squirrel tail just planted at the edges of the highway. But because it seems natural conditions are suitable for areas MacKenzie Russell Lupin, now it is growing interest in almost every corner of MacKenzie, not least fertile areas of the lake Tekapo.
Last changed: Mon Jul 14, 2014 at 1:51 pm