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Plants bloom through the entire month of June.
Great plant for vertical accent in any garden, Baptisia Midnight Prairieblues was developed by Dr. Jim Ault at the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe, Illinois. The plant is shorter than regular false indigo, 3-4 feet high, vase-shaped habit with extremely long inflorescences bearing deep blue-violet flowers. The plant has two intermingling bloom cycles within its blooming season. The first cycle produces long primary inflorescences up to 24" long. The second cycle produces blooms on secondary branches with inflorescences up to 5" long. Once established, plants will bloom through the entire month of June.US PP#20432.
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very easy to grow and divides beautifully.This plant was purchased about 6 years ago and never knew it's name, we always called it Mr Lucky, because we felt so lucky to have it. It's a beauty. Our "midnight blues" are planted along a fence facing east. Just plant and forget it. I never ever even watered it ever. Just let mother nature take over.