NAME: Blue Wild Indigo
OTHER COMMON NAMES: False Indigo
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Baptisia Australis
PLANT SEEDS: Outdoors after frost / Indoors weeks before last frost
PLANT HEIGHT: 24 - 36"
PLANT SPACING: 24 - 36"
BLOOM TIME: Spring
HARDINESS ZONE: 3 - 10 (& reseeds itself easily)
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average - Dry
QUANTITY: 50 Seeds
OTHER: The Blue Baptisia is typically very expensive to purchase at garden centers (and also difficult to find!), so this is really a great plant to grow from seed. They are not at all difficult to grow. The tall thin branches arch out from the plant in a dangling fashion. The color blue of the flowers is breathtaking. They also have very interesting dried flower pods for arrangements.
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Jun 11, 2021
Jun 1, 2021
Arrived quickly, great instructions attached to each seed packet.
May 21, 2021
very quick shipping. everything looks good.
Apr 30, 2021
Looking forward to planting them. Thank you.
Apr 26, 2021
These took a long time to sprout, but all of the seeds I started grew. I did winter sowing in milk jugs and started them in February. The seeds sprouted near the end of April after almost all of my other seeds. So, if you start these for a native garden, winter sowing will work really well.