Outstanding spikes of large deep yellow flowers on foot long racemes from May-June followed by narrow hairy seed pods, clump forming, blue-green foliage, attracts native bees, develops a deep tap root, host plant for Wild Indigo Duskywing Butterfly caterpillars, good cut flower, rich soil preferred but clay tolerant.
4-5 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-10a
Native Range: s. ME sporadically south to the mountains of GA & n. AL
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