White False Indigo
Native to eastern and southern U.S. Tolerate poor, sandy soils and take some drought. Blue-green leaves have three leaflets. Small, sweet pea–shaped blooms in early summer on tall, tapering spikes. Inflated seedpods that follow are attractive in dried arrangements. Clumps gradually increase, but don’t need division; also resent transplanting once established.Baptisia alba
Upright and bushy, to 3 ft. tall and wide, with white or creamy white flowers on attractive, smoky gray stems.
European native for rock gardens or naturalizing. In bulb and leaf, resembles small hyacinth, but 10-i...
From the Mediterranean and western Asia. Grows to 2–3 ft. high and wide, with downy, heart-shape...
Eastern U.S. native known in cultivation through its variety ‘Monte Cassino’, a familiar f...