Plant of the Week: False Indigo

False Indigo: Perennial

Hardiness Zones: 4-8
Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Average Size: 3-4′ tall and wide

Foliage: Deciduous bluish-green trifoliate round leaves
Bloom: Various colors come out in late spring on long racemes

Pests/Problems: No serious issues
Resistant to: Deer, Rabbits, and Drought

Varieties:
Native: Native False Indigo has blue blooms
Cultivars:
-Moonlight: light to dark yellow blooms
-Twilight: dark purple blooms with a yellow base on each petal
-Pink Truffles: light pink with a faded yellow base
-Purple Smoke: light purple blooms

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