Baptisia simplicifolia

Also known as:

  • Scare Weed
  • Scareweed
  • Simple Leaf Baptisia
  • Coastal-Plain Wild-Indigo

Plant Type

perennial, herb, aquatic

Zones

5a-9b

Size

H:18"-24"
W:2'

Growing Conditions

Water Needs:

even moisture, high

Sun Exposure:

sun

Features

Flower Color:

yellow

Wildlife:

deer resistant

Flower Season:

summer

Texture:

glossy

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I have yet to have anyone identify this strange Florida Panhandle endemic as a baptisia. The thick glossy-green eucalyptus-like leaves adorn this 2' wide, deer-resistant perennial...not surprising that after living in Florida for the last 60 million years its skin got a bit tough. Interestingly, Baptisia simplicifolia doesn't emerge from dormancy until late May or early June (late risers are common in Florida). Baptisia simplicifolia finally reveals its true identity in mid-July when the clumps are topped with short spikes of yellow flowers. Our plants are seed-grown from a plant from Leon Co. Florida (home of the famous hanging chads).

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