White Wild Indigo

legume, or member of the pea family


in early winter, dries up and becomes a tumbleweed


robust perennial, 3-6 feet tall


late May through early August blooming


contains a blue dye in its seed pod, once used as substitute for real indigo

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Taken on June 14, 2008
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