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Baptisia ‘Mojito’

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Baptisia ‘Mojito’ impresses with a prolific floral display. The large, light yellow (almost greenish) flowers really create a strong visual impact on the relatively compact inflorescence. Unfortunately, the foliage tends to obscure the lower portion of the inflorescence. ‘Mojito’ did display some flopping this season; however, it was mostly isolated to just the flowering stems and was probably caused by a heavy rain storm.


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  • Common Name
    Mojito false indigo  
  • Bloom Period
    3 weeks 
  • Peak Bloom
  • Size
    45” x 88” (H x W) 
  • Inflorescence Length
  • # of Inflorescences
  • Size at Flowering
    28” x 36” x 39” (H x W x Flowering Hgt.) 
  • Stem Color