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Baptisia Plants

Baptisia, commonly known as wild indigo, produces spectacular flowers on tall, upright stalks that are highly attractive to pollinators! Blooming in the spring, baptisia is known for being low-maintenance and disease free. Baptisia grows well in most... Read More
Baptisia, commonly known as wild indigo, produces spectacular flowers on tall, upright stalks that are highly attractive to pollinators! Blooming in the spring, baptisia is known for being low-maintenance and disease free. Baptisia grows well in most soils and prefers at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. It will survive the winter in zones 3 - 11.

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