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Alaskan Lupines

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The Alaskan lupine is a purple flower which has become very invasive in Iceland. The purple flower was introduced to Iceland in 1945 to add nitrogen to the soil. The Alaskan lupine has since flourished which has caused other native plant life to decline.
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Adel Korkor
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The Alaskan lupine is a purple flower which has become very invasive in Iceland.  The purple flower was introduced to Iceland in 1945 to add nitrogen to the soil.  The Alaskan lupine has since flourished which has caused other native plant life to decline.