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Why Blue Wild Indigo is the Best Native Plant All Year Round!

Do you think native plants are only interesting when they're in bloom? Think again! Baptisia Australis, also known as Blue Wild Indigo, is a native perennial that provides beauty and ecological benefits all year round. In this blog post, we'll dive into the unique qualities of this plant and why it deserves a spot in your garden.


Blue Wild Indigo

June: A Celebration of Blue Blooms

June is prime time for Baptisia Australis. Its tall, beautiful spikes of blue flowers create a striking display guaranteed to attract pollinators and admirers alike. But the magic of this plant doesn't end with the blooms.


The Art of the Seed Pod

After flowering, Baptisia Australis develops fascinating black seed pods. These pods add a new dimension of texture and interest to your garden. Not only do they look great, but they are also key for spreading this wonderful plant – with a little know-how, you can harvest those seeds and grow your own Baptisia collection.


Winter Silhouette

Even when the blooms and foliage fade away, the structure of Baptisia Australis remains a captivating element in the winter landscape. Its sturdy stems and dried seed pods stand proudly against the snow, adding a touch of natural beauty in the dormant season.


Want to See More? Check Out Our Video About Wild Blue Indigo!

We created a YouTube video showcasing the beauty of Baptisia Australis at different times of the year. See the June blooms, witness the transformation to seed pods, and appreciate the striking winter silhouette. We also share tips on how to propagate Baptisia from seed:



Why Choose Baptisia Australis?

Low-maintenance

This is a tough plant that thrives with minimal attention.

Drought-tolerant

Eco-friendly

Long-lasting


If you're ready to embrace the year-round charm of native plants, give Baptisia Australis a try. This versatile and captivating species is sure to delight you in every season.




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