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Mom bought Australia in 99 at mileagars Purple smoke looks like asparagus when coming up. Beautiful foliage! With monarda bradburiana Sporobulus geranium Claridge Druce With little bluestem Pepper throughout a garden Good pseudo shrub for where you have to pile snow in winter Foliage good in flower arrangements With amsonia hubechtii!

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Baptisia australis False blue indigo from North Creek Nurseries

Baptisia australis False blue indigo from North Creek Nurseries

Baptisia 'Purple Smoke' Wild indigo from North Creek Nurseries

Baptisia 'Purple Smoke' Wild indigo from North Creek Nurseries

Baptisia 'Carolina Moonlight' Wild indigo from North Creek Nurseries

Baptisia 'Carolina Moonlight' Wild indigo from North Creek Nurseries

White astilbe with white-edged hosta and Osmunda cinnamomea; Jana Milbocker at Enchanted Gardens

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Enchanted Gardens is a landscape design firm that creates unique and personal gardens for clients in Metrowest Boston and Cape Cod.

Baptisia sphaerocarpa 'Screamin' Yellow' with Nepeta 'Walker's Low', Cornus sericea 'Silver and Gold', and Salvia 'Caradonna'; Nancy J. Ondra at Hayefield

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Text and photos ©Nancy J. Ondra In The Softer Side of Yellow, I trotted out some images of what I thought were relatively tasteful combinations of yellow with green, yellow with yellow, and yellow …

siberian iris with baptisia

Echo colors!

High 34 F Low 20 F Just a very quick post concerning echo color combinations. In reviewing some pictures from past year, I came across these great shots. The one above is siberian iris with baptisia. This combination was in...

There are many species of Baptisia; the most common one you’ll see in nurseries is Baptisia australis and its cultivars. Native to almost all of the Midwest to the East Coast, it’s a humidity-loving, drought-defying, clay-busting miracle plant. At a mature size of about 4 feet tall and wide, it provides for many sulphur butterfly species, as well as the hoary edge butterfly. Full sun is best. by Andrew Keys