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The Rose Garden continues to offer a display of blooms, each chosen to illustrate the fascinating history of roses in cultivation.
The Rose Garden continues to offer a display of blooms, each chosen to illustrate the fascinating history of roses in cultivation.
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Baptisia australis

These racemose spikes of rich purple blue flowers irsing up from a rhizomatous base will transport you to the Ionian Sea, whatever the weather and despite being native to central and eastern USA!
Also known as blue false indigo or blue wild indigo, it is a member of the Fabaceae family.

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