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Hardy Fern-like perennials, suitable for the backs ofborders. They grow well in any light soil from seed sown in spring or autumn, and may also be increased by division. Thermopsis Montana(Fabacea).--This hardy perennial produces spikes of yellow Lupin-like flowers from June to September. The soil should be light and rich. As the plants suffer by division, it is best to raise them by seed, which may be sown either in autumn or spring. Height, 2 ft.





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