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Baptisia alba

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Common Name: White Wild Indigo

Full to part sun (prefers full), moderately wet to dry moisture level, rocky or sandy soil but tolerates clay, moderately acid to slightly acid pH.   3 ft. height, blooms late spring to early summer, white flowers.

Germination Code:  C(10), H, I

Native Region: West Tennessee

Beautiful legume with showy flowers.  Easy to grow from seed but requires time to establish.  Does not transplant well. Lives for decades. Attracts butterflies.