Blue False Indigo Characteristics
Blue False Indigo are attractive and low maintenance wildflowers. When left to naturalize, they slowly spread via their deep and sprawling root systems. Because of these complicated root systems, it is best to leave the plant undisturbed once established and do not try to transplant. They can become shrubby and somewhat untidy if not pruned after flowering. However, this will result in the removal of the attractive seed pods.
These hardy natural perennials have few serious disease or insect issues that can be life threatening. If grown in part shade, it may be necessary to support to flower stems as they may fall under the weight of the flowers or seed pods.