It has been three years since I planted the seeds of this perennial, blue false indigo, Baptisia australis. The greenery is delightful with its three-parted leaves reminding one of sweet clover.
The spikes of purple, pea-like flowers were less than spectacular, but still showed a deep purple that attracted hummingbirds for a brief time. Perhaps someone can clue me in as to the blooming habits of Baptisia spp.?
Spikes of purple attract hummingbirds to the flowers of blue false indigo.