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| Panicled Amorpha, Panicled Indigo-bush, False Indigo, Wild Indigo|
Amorpha paniculata is a stout shrub that grows in deep acid woodlands in East Texas. It is distinguished from other Amorpha species by its fuzzy leaflets with prominent raised veins underneath, and the flower panicles, which are 8 to 16 inches long and slender, held above the foliage.
Plant Habit or Use: medium shrub
Exposure: partial sun
Flower Color: blue - purple
Blooming Period: summer
Fruit Characteristics: small pod with numerous gland-dots
Height: 6 to 9 feet
Width: to 8 feet
Plant Character: deciduous
Heat Tolerance: medium
Soil Requirements: acid