Baptisia Baptismal

We’re moving into the later stages of the spring baptisa season, but here are a couple images of two of our hybrids, taken on a recent photo shoot in the beds surrounding our parking lot. The top is Baptisia ‘Aspiring’ with its very tall lavender flower spikes. Below is Baptisia ‘Cherry Pie’, the closest we have to red, so far. Due to propagation improvements, we’ve got the best stock of baptisias that we’ve had in years. These amazing native perennials will grow equally well in the driest of soils, next to agave and cacti, or as a marginal aquatic.

Baptisia ‘Aspiring’
Baptisia ‘Cherry Pie’

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