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Amorpha fruticosa





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Prairie Moon Nursery Cactus & Succulents


Sandy Mush Herb Nursery Evergreens


Schumacher's Nursery & Berry Farm Inc. Evergreens


Schumacher, F. W., Co., Inc. Seeds-Woody Plants


Shadow Nursery, Inc. Evergreens


Shooting Star Nursery Wildflowers


Shrubland Park Nurseries Conservatory plants, succulents, hardy perennials, climbers, shrubs, ferns & grasses. Large glasshouse & adjacent walled garden with planted display beds. Tender plants available from spring-autumn. Display beds in glasshouse & walled garden.


Sunmark Seeds International, Inc. Herbs


Walnut Tree Garden Nursery


Western Native Seed Prairie Plants


Wind River Seed Prairie Plants


Amorpha fruticosa (False Indigo) Wildflower Seeds

Everwilde Farms A Native Wildflower Seed Farm (1 product)

False Indigo is a 6-12 foot, loose, airy shrub which often forms dense thickets. The inflorescence is a spike-shaped raceme of many flowers, each with a single purple petal and ten protruding stamens with yellow anthers. Attractive and fast growing,


Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)

The False Indigo Bush, Amorpha fruticosa, is a somewhat leggy shrub, whose height can range from 6 to 20 feet tall,and 5 to 15 feet wide. Fragrant foliage has the compound pinnate leaves typical of the Pea family, often most bushy on the upper third








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