Oct 22, 2013 ... My wild blue indigo has many seed pods. Can I harvest these and grow new
plants from the seed? Are there special tricks to germinating ...
Feb 26, 2015 ... False Indigo Growing Tips: Growing And Caring For Baptisia Plants ... and range
in color from dark blue-green to light yellow-green and can become so ... It can
take up to three years for your seeds or seedlings to produce flowers. ... Cutting
Back Baptisia: Can I Prune Baptisia Or Leave It Alone · false-aralia ...
Instructions for Starting Seeds, Transplanting, and General ... brief outline of how
I grow indigo. ... There's really no right or wrong so long as your indigo gets ...
Once all your seedlings are harvested and at the field, make your way down each
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Mar 29, 2012 ... In this instructional video we show how to grow and process Japanese indigo
using the precipitation or wet ... likely be used with European Woad (Isatis
tinctoria), a cooler climate blue pigment. ... Must buy some woad seeds.
And to actually grow the plants that will produce the color blue. Blue is elusive in
... Show All Items. I ordered seeds from an indigo project undertaken by Rowland
Ricketts at Indiana University. .... Very cool! Where can I get the seed for this at?
Handsome foliage and stunning flowers make blue wild indigo a plant with ...
Propagate by seed or stem cuttings; Very few pests or diseases prey on wild ...
If you have dry soils and want a smaller Blue Indigo try Baptisia minor (Dwarf
Blue ... To properly inoculate your legume seed prior to planting, follow
Jan 14, 2004 ... blue false indigo, wild indigo, plains wild indigo, false indigo, baptisia, plains
baptisia, .... seeds when they are harvested from a natural ecosystem to have any
... Collected seeds from plants growing in a native setting have an ...
You should use fresh seed from the previous year's harvest (though I have ... are
1-2 feet tall and a bruised leaf will turn navy blue, it is ready for the first harvest.
Baptisia is one of the most reliable, long-lived and easy-to-grow perennials in the
landscape. ... Its common name, blue false indigo, was derived from its use as a
substitute ... The best results are obtained when using freshly harvested seed.