Baptisia alba v. leucantha (White False Indigo)
This impressive, white-blooming variety of False Indigo could easily be the focal point of the garden. Standing from two to four feet tall, with white pea-like blooms and sea-green foliage, this native wildflower is every bit as impressive as the more familiar blue variety. After flowering, White False Indigo also produces dark baby-rattle seed pods that are attractive on the plant and useful in dried flower arrangements. Another plus is that Baptisia alba v. leucantha has a deep taproot, which makes it drought tolerant. Full sun, part shade. Zones 4-8. Quarts. (Photo from Wiki Commons and in the public domain.