Top Plants That Thrive in Clay- false indigo for its blue springtime flowers, baptisia is a native prairie plant with deep roots that push through the toughest clay soil. Other selections extend baptisia's color range to white, yellow, and purple.
False Indigo (Baptisia australis) is a big perennial that's tough as nails, false indigo kicks off summer with spires of pure blue (cultivars come in a variety of other colors). Its rounded form makes a great contrast to the verticality of prairie grasses
New Perennial for 'Dutch Chocolate' Baptisia ~ Name: Baptisia 'Dutch Chocolate' Growing Conditions: Full sun to partial sun and well-drained soil Size: 3 feet tall and wide Zones: Grow It With: Coneflower
Tips On Transplanting False Indigo Plants – How To Transplant Baptisia
Transplanting Baptisia plants can be tricky. Here are a few tips on how to transplant Baptisia for an enhanced success rate. Timing is everything, as are the right tools and techniques. Click this article to learn more.
Baptista False Indigo Type: Perennials Height: Tall (Plant apart) Bloom Time: Early Summer to Summer Sun-Shade: Full Sun to Mostly Sunny Zones: Find Your Zone Soil Condition: Normal, Acidic, Sandy Flower Color / Accent: Blue / Blue
These tough flowers, trees and shrubs can survive cold winters.