Upright spikes of creamy white pealike flowers appear in late spring over blue-gray foliage. Flowers are followed by interesting pods that can be used in dried arrangements. The plant form is shrublike. Takes a few years to establish but it is very long-lived. Host to Wild Indigo Duskywing.
Header Photo: Mervin Wallace
White False Indigo
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