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The Carolina Lupine is native only to forest openings in the Appalachians, but it is adaptable to rich garden soils throughout the eastern United States. It is an upright, clump-forming perennial, with lemon yellow, lupine-like flowers in late spring and early summer. 
Sow outdoors 1/4" deep in fall or winter. Seed sown indoors requires scarification and soaking to germinate.

Thermopsis villosa, Carolina Lupine

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