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Amorpha canescens





SHRUB, Full sun to Part shade, Jun-Aug, Purple, 3 ft

North American Range: Central US

Nebraska Range: Statewide

Soil type:  Sandy or loamy, well-drained

Moisture:  Dry to mesic

Uses and Description:

Pollinator garden, native garden; dried leaves make a pleasant, mild tea, Leadplant was referred to as “devil’s shoestrings” because deep, tough root system made plowing difficult. Drought tolerant.

Seeds per ounce 16,000, Seeds per packet 150, Germination: CM(10), L, DH

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