[What the heck is a near native? This species actually is not usually found in Ontario, although it is in Michigan. We recently found out that some experts suggest planting near natives because of the changes that are happening with climate changes; some species are moving north although they did not occur before. We love this one because it is a hit with native pollinators that need so much help, but if you are a native plant purist, maybe this one is not for you!]
We are always trying to increase the number of native plants on our property; one year we got a beautiful false indigo Baptisia australis, also known as blue wild indigo. It sets a ton of seed pods in fall. We collect them all, and have started planting ourselves but have lots of seeds to spare. More details about required conditions are in the third picture.
Can only be shipped within Ontario.
$2 for 10 seeds; instructions on how to start included.