Baptisia alba, White Wild Indigo
A wonderful Missouri native, White Wild Indigo, Baptisia alba, features 12″ racemes of white, pea-like flowers that top 3-4′ stalks. A tough plant that tolerates dry, poor soil. Due to its extensive root system plants do not like to be moved once established. Shearing plants after they bloom keeps them neat, yet eliminates their attractive seeds pods.
Plant in full sun to light shade.
Offered in-house. Subject to availability.
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