Baptisia lactea, White Wild Indigo

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Striking white, pea-like flowers on glaucous stems that turn darker as the fall cools. As a legume, White Wild Indigo will fix nitrogen in the soils for its benefit and that of the plant community around it. Perfect in a prairie or sand prairie planting, a savanna with good sun or your garden. This plant also goes by the botanical name Baptisia alba.

Blooms: white, early June into July

Height: 3 to 4 feet

Conditions: sun to pt sun, medium to dry soils