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Baptisia x variicolor Twilite Prairieblues™(x variicolor 'Twilite') PP19011   

Introduced by Dr. Jim Ault of the Chicago Botanic Garden, this exciting, bicolor baptisia comes from a cross of B. australis and B. sphaerocarpa. Long-blooming, late May into June, with 32" tall spikes of violet-purple flowers, with yellow keel, emerging from attractive, blue-green foliage. Shows excellent vigor and strength and it can produce close to 100 flower spikes by its third year. 

    Common Name:False Indigo
    Hardiness Zones:4-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in average, well drained soil.

About Baptisia: Baptisia is an American native with many new cultivars and colors that are easy to grow. It's not prone to insects or disease. Planted alone as a focal point or mid to back border, its lupine-like flowers attract butterflies. A first time gardener would enjoy it as much as a seasoned gardener.