Indigo Bush - Amorpha fruticosa
Please Note: The grower warned us that this species is small this year, but should grow fine once happily planted. We did not want anyone disappointed.
Features: This shrub produces eye-catching 3 to 6-inch violet blue blooms in June. Bees, butterflies, moths, beetles, and birds are attracted to this plant which is a nitrogen fixer, meaning it is beneficial to nutrient poor soils. It is a great alternative to non-native Butterfly Bush.
Light: full sun
Soil: medium moisture to wet
Height: 6-8 ft.
Width: 6 ft.
Flower color: violet blue
Fall color: yellow orange
Special note: pollinator hot spot, butterfly host and nectar plant, loved by birds, nitrogen fixer
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