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leguminous herb id: Thermopsis carolinia  RSS feed

 
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I cut this for a bouquet and discovered it may be a legume. Grows a few feet tall in zone 4. Any ideas? Thanks!
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Thermopsis carolinia, native to North America.
 
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Thank you!
 
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