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Q.Why Is My Well Established Baptisia Have Less Blooms And They Are Bicolor, Indigo And Yellow?

Zone Zone 6b | Mindyg added on June 9, 2022 | Answered

We have a well established mature Baptisia that in the last 2 years has had few flowers and the ones it has are bi-color, indigo and yellow. The foliage is very lush and healthy.

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Answered on June 9, 2022

This is what is known as a "sport"! This is a genetic misshap, but will not usually harm your plants. Here is an article that will help:


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