Thermopsis villosa (Carolina lupine)

Thermopsis villosa - Carolina lupine - Commonly called Carolina lupine, is an upright, clump-forming perennial. Typically grows 3-4' tall. Features erect, dense, terminal, spike-like racemes of yellow, lupine-like flowers which bloom in early summer. Grayish-green foliage. Seed pods are villous (having long, shaggy hairs). Thermopsis is often commonly called false lupine. This species was formerly called and is sometimes still sold as Thermopsis caroliniana. Family : Fabaceae  

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