Baptisia alba ‘Wayne

Plant name: Baptisia alba ‘Wayne’s World’

Virtues: Stunning form, which grows to four and a half feet tall with 18-inch tall flower spikes.

Flowers: White

Leaf/Foliage: Green

Goes great with: Geranium ‘Rozanne’ underneath.

Habit: A vigorous growing selection that forms a full-figured upright clump. In spring, the three-foot wide emerging clumps are topped with dramatic spikes of white.

Season: Late April to late May depending on the location. Followed by attractive brown seedpods.

Suggested by: Tony Avent of Plant Delights Nursery in Raleigh, N.C. (http:// www.plantdelights.com).

Where does it come from: Original seed came from Wayne County, N.C.

Tips: Goes dormant in the winter, so mark the spot. USDA hardiness zones 4-9.

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