Give your garden a pop of color with this Blue Wild Indigo Baptisia Australis.
- This perennial flower has long stems that the blooms grow from.
- Blooms have a deep purple color that will grab everyone’s attention.
- The blue wild indigo Baptisia Australis is easy to grow and take care of.
This is a dwarf, darker purple/blue flowering blue wild indigo Baptisia Australis that is rare in the wild in glades and barrens with alkaline soil in Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, and South Carolina. It forms 18-inch tall clumps of much smaller and closely spaced leaves than typical wild indigo and produces flower spikes that extend another six inches above the leaves. It is a little powerhouse of color! Plant this one in your dry, sunny garden where smaller is better. Try it with purple lovegrass, conradina, and eastern bergamot.
Showy Berry Fruit
Ease of Culture
Easy to grow
Average, Clay, Sandy
Moderately moist, Dry
12 to 24
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9