Wild Blue Indigo (Baptisia australis)

  • a long-lived perennial once it becomes established in the garden
  • a favorite of native bees and hummingbirds
  • lovely, dark-blue pea-like flowers; mature plant has a beautiful vase-like shape
  • entire plant turns black as autumn becomes winter; a great color contrast can be created when combined with the various brownish, yellow hues of tall native grasses 
  • full sun, part-sun
  • average soil
  • 4 feet tall
  • blooms May, June, July
  • zones 4 - 9
  • space 4 feet apart
  • non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free guaranteed

    Peace Lily greenhouse & nursery UNITED STATES

    "A Christian family-owned nursery specializing in native plants."

    This website is dedicated to family and friends, especially to my beautiful granddaughter Lauren.

    *  Studies show that a residential yard should contain, at least, 70% native plants to benefit Mother Nature most effectively.  The other 30% can, of course, be plants of your choosing.

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