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White Wild Indigo (Baptisia alba) is a member of the pea family Fabaceae easily identified by its showy white flower spikes.
- This plant has elongated stems which can be up to 10 inches long and ¾ inches wide (usually shorter) with a compact shrub-like form.
- It is one of the earliest wildflowers in bloom in spring.
- Its flowers and seed pods attract bees and feed a range of caterpillars. Deer resistant.
- It has good persistence and is generally undisturbed by livestock.
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White Wild Indigo is a herbaceous perennial legume that grows 2–5 feet tall that blooms from early to late spring. It grows best in full to partial sun conditions and medium wet to dry soil. This plant is native to the central and eastern continental United States, being adapted for hardiness zones 4-9.