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False Blue Indigo. Just planted on the edge of the Rain Garden. Nitrogen fixer, bees love it, can be cut back a few times a year for a mulch plant. Forms a deep tap root.

False Blue Indigo. Just planted on the edge of the Rain Garden. Nitrogen fixer, bees love it, can be cut back a few times a year for a mulch plant. Forms a deep tap root.

BAPTISIA:The One Native Perennial Everyone Should Plant | Midwest Living: Hardy in zones 4 - 8

BAPTISIA:The One Native Perennial Everyone Should Plant | Midwest Living: Hardy in zones 4 - 8

Blue False Indigo (Baptisia Australis) - Native to the United States, False Indigo grows well from flower seeds, and historically the plants used to be in demand for the dye that was made from the blu

Indigo Wild Blue Flower Seeds (Baptisia Australis) 30+Seeds

Blue False Indigo (Baptisia Australis) - Native to the United States, False Indigo grows well from flower seeds, and historically the plants used to be in demand for the dye that was made from the blu

Baptisia Australis - false indigo - "carfefree plant" - likes acidic, sandy soil - tall, 3'

Baptisia Australis (False Indigo, Wild Indigo)

Baptisia Australis - false indigo - "carfefree plant" - likes acidic, sandy soil - tall, 3'

False Indigo (Baptisia australis) is a big perennial that's tough as nails, false indigo kicks off summer with spires of pure blue (cultivars come in a variety of other colors). Its rounded form makes a great contrast to the verticality of prairie grasses. False indigo develops deep taproots, so site it in a spot for the long term. It self-seeds modestly, and it's safe to move seedlings when small. Grows up to 4 feet high and wide in Zones 3 to 9.

10 Plants That Self-Seed for Prairie-Style Gardens

False Indigo (Baptisia australis) is a big perennial that's tough as nails, false indigo kicks off summer with spires of pure blue (cultivars come in a variety of other colors). Its rounded form makes a great contrast to the verticality of prairie grasses. False indigo develops deep taproots, so site it in a spot for the long term. It self-seeds modestly, and it's safe to move seedlings when small. Grows up to 4 feet high and wide in Zones 3 to 9.

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