NAME: White Wild Indigo
OTHER COMMON NAMES: White False Indigo
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Baptisia Alba
PLANT SEEDS: 70F 1M / 30F 1M / 50F
PLANT HEIGHT: 36 - 60"
PLANT SPACING: 18 - 24"
BLOOM TIME: Summer
HARDINESS ZONE: 3 - 10 (& reseeds itself easily)
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average - Dry
QUANTITY: 50 Seeds
OTHER: The White Baptisia is typically very expensive to purchase at garden centers (and also nearly impossible 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 look fabulous paired with the Blue Indigo. The two colors really set each other off. They also have very interesting dried flower pods for arrangements.
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Jan 2, 2022
Fast shipping. We are planting an all native meadow on our hillside in an effort to shrink our lawn and provide valuable resources to pollinators native to our area, both as host plants and as nectar sources. Appreciate you having a wide selection for this purpose.
Jan 29, 2021
Jan 19, 2021
Hope these will grow from seeds for spring !
Aug 10, 2020
Apr 14, 2020