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Baptisia alba 'Ivory Towers'

False Indigo

Purple-tinged, asparagus like stems arise in spring, followed by tall spires of pure white blooms. Blue-green foliage emerges high up to reveal the attractive stems of upright, vase-shaped plants.

Prefers average to dry sites and is easily grown in poor soil including clay. Deep root system resents disturbance once established. Good Lupine substitute for the South. Hardy and long lived. Attractive to butterflies. Deer resistant. Will self sow. North American native.

Height:

48-54 in

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Spread:

60 in

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Hardiness Zone:

4-9

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Bloom Color:

Cream

Characteristics & Attributes

Attracts Wildlife
Butterflies
Pollinators
Critter Resistance
Deer Resistant
Rabbit Resistant
Exposure
Full Sun
Sun/Light Shade
Light Shade
Soil Moisture Preference
Dry
Well-Drained
Moist/Well-Drained
Flowering Months
April
May
Foliage Color
Blue-Green
Attributes
Cut Flower
Drought Tolerant
East-Coast Native
Naturalizing
Rock Garden

 Patent No: 26827