Tennessee Smart Yards Native Plants

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White Wild Indigo

White Wild Indigo

Baptisia alba

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.

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