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Steyermark (1963) indicates that in Missouri Swertia caroliniensis occurs in rich, low, or rocky open woods and thickets, often in ravine bottoms and wooded valleys along streams in acidic soils.
According to Hemmerly (1990), Swertia caroliniensis is a triennial which produces a rosette of large smooth leaves for two growing seasons before producing a panicle in the third year.
Swertia caroliniensis is the only representative of the genus Swertia in the eastern United States (Hemmerly, 1990).