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Baptisia australis Alba is the pure white version of this wild blue flower of legend and lore. Native all over the east and midwest. (Perennial)...
This is the rare, true blue indigo, endangered in some areas, common in others. Great for wild meadows. Perennial....
Indigo, also known as False Indigo and Baptisia, are native wildflowers with attractive foliage and tall, upright flowers. Hardy and drought-tolerant, this member of the legume family adds beneficial nutrients to surrounding soils as it develops. Very attractive to pollinators, Wild Indigo acts a host to several species of butterflies, including Sulphurs, Eastern Tailed Blues, and Wild Indigo Duskywings. 4’ tall branching plants take their time becoming established and are well worth the wait!