Racemes of blue-violet lupine-like flowers in early summer over handsome blue-green foliage. USA. indigo blue. USA
Baptisia australis v. minor
18” x 18”
More compact and smaller leaves than B. australis with lupine-like spires of violet-blue. Well adapted to low fertility soils and perhaps a better choice for the smaller garden. TX.
18” x 18”
This blue flowered hybrid indigo combines the compact habit and smaller foliage of Baptisia minor with the larger flower spikes of Baptisia alba. It is an exclusive introduction through us by Scott Ogden and Lauren Springer Ogden
Longbract Wild Indigo
A spectacular specimen for the garden with finely pubescent thick stems that carry a drooping raceme of large creamy yellow pea flowers in May-June. Central USA.
Yellow Wild Indigo
Spikes of glowing bright yellow flowers over a compact bundle of neat trifoliate blue-green foliage. MO.AR
Belamcanda chinensis (Iridaceae)
2’ x 1’
Exotic, lily-like orange flowers with red freckles and attractive seed pods in fall that open to reveal shiny black berry-like seeds. China.
1” x 6”
Tiny round leaves form tight pads spreading by short stolons with cute tiny white daisies from mid summer to autumn. Mediterranean, in damp, shady habitats.
2” x 3”
The only night flowering species, with sunny yellow flowers above rosettes of succulent leaves. Opens fragrant flowers in late afternoon. Very special mesemb from S. Africa.
3” x 5”
A cute little succulent with bright yellow flowers over tight, spiky, olive-green rosettes. S. Africa.
15” x 12”
A thistle with rosettes of large prickly green leaves with white cobwebby undersides and large mauve, daisy-like flowers with dark purple centers in summer. Fast growing and long lived, S. Africa.
1” x 3”
Small dense cushion and sprays of pretty pink flowers in summer. Turkey.
1/2” x 6”
Tight glossy mats of stiff rosettes invite an exploratory touch and feature tiny yellow flowers in summer. Falkland Islands.