Garden: Baptisia

Baptisia, or False Indigo, contributes beautiful spring color. It is a shrubby perennial that needs to be cut back in fall or early spring. The seed pods turn solid black and rattle in the south wind. It is so very blue - I wish it could bloom all summer!

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By Shirley Darby

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July 3, 20100 found this helpful

I used to grow this bush in Indiana. Can't grow it where I live in Montana. Sure miss this beautiful bush!

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