1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin City, 66006

dwarf false indigo

Amorpha nana

Bright green leaves are topped by showy purple flowers with bright red stamen that give an almost neon glow. This native woody shrub has a deep root system that gives it good drought tolerance. It grows happily in dry prairies and on rocky slopes. Pollinators love the blooms, and Silver Spotted Skipper butterfly use the leaves of Amorpha nana as a larval food source. CENTRAL PLAINS NATIVE.