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With its smaller footprint, this compact charmer dons bicolor flowers – a showstopper in any sized garden! Spikes of smoky red-purple blossoms are accented at the base in buff-yellow. A nice alternative to a shrub. Blue-green foliage and black seed heads in fall heighten its appeal.
Developed by Hans Hansen at Walters Gardens – a cross of Baptisia cinera and Baptisia minor. Baptisia Grape Taffy provides a stunning new color palette to this genus. Matures to a bushy, shrub-like perennial.
A very permanent and arresting perennial with a vase shape, 3-4' tall. Blue/green foliage on silver stems is topped by soft lupine-like flowers from late spring into summer. The black seedpods can be left on for additional ornamental effect or used in dried arrangements. Extremely long lived, so pick a good spot!
Idaho has restricted all potted plant material from being shipped into Idaho
at this time.
Long-lived and typically trouble-free, Baptisia will reach shrub-like proportions at maturity. Baptisia may need 2-3 years of maturity before producing significant flowering but so worth the wait! Good in poor soils. Dislikes being moved when mature. Late fall or spring cleanup may be preferred. Cut to 4-6" when foliage blackens with the cold.
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