Thermopsis

A relatively new genus to us, the false-lupins that we grow are perennials, often with leaves split to 3 leaflets. Some with hairy undersides to the leaves, giving them a silvery effect. The typically yellow pea-like flowers on darker stems, in late spring. Similar to Lupinus and Baptisia in effect. The Greek thermos, means 'lupine', resembling lupins.

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