False Indigo - Amorpha fruticosa - €2 per plant
The False indigo gets its name from the fact that it contains some indigo pigment and can be used to make a blue dye. A hardy nitrogen fixing shrub that grows well in moist naturalized areas or areas with poor soils. It is often used very effectively in erosion control, windbreaks and screens and has insect repellent properties . It boasts very attractive foliage and flowers, and can tolerate temperatures as low as -25. To order this plant please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org.
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