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Wildflowers - Indigo Seeds

Indigo is so named because of the indigo dye that can be made from parts of this native plant. The flowers in the Baptisia family are not all blue, different species come in colors of white, yellow, and cream. These plants are pretty slow growing, taking an number of years to reach flowering size. Once they are established, they are very long-lived - some plants lasting for decades. We had a field planted in Cream Wild Indigo for seed production that was still going strong almost 20 years later! These plants are legumes, and not only have put on an early color show in the spring, but their unique green foliage is attractive throughout the rest of the growing season as well.
  • Blue Wild Indigo Seeds Baptisia australis Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Cream Wild Indigo Seeds Baptisia leucophaea Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Dwarf Blue Indigo Seeds Baptisia minor Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Large Yellow Wild Indigo Seeds Baptisia sphaerocarpa Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Out of Stock Small Yellow Wild Indigo Seeds Baptisia tinctoria Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • White Wild Indigo Seeds Baptisia alba Quick View

    Starting at $3.00 USD
Indigo is so named because of the indigo dye that can be made from parts of this native plant. The flowers in the Baptisia family are not all blue, different species come in colors of white, yellow, and cream. These plants are pretty slow growing, taking an number of years to reach flowering size. Once they are established, they are very long-lived - some plants lasting for decades. We had a field planted in Cream Wild Indigo for seed production that was still going strong almost 20 years later! These plants are legumes, and not only have put on an early color show in the spring, but their unique green foliage is attractive throughout the rest of the growing season as well.