), native to the eastern United States, can now be found in nearly all contiguous states and is considered invasive in the Western states.


(indigo-bush), growth. Common name(s): Indigo Bush, False Indigo, Indigo Bush, Bastard Indigo.



Aronia berries are also useful for colds and flu. 10 grams (approx 415 seeds) £2. Amorpha fruticosa L.

Seed treatment: 5 to 8 minutes in H2SO4.

. It spreads easily by seeds and suckers, and can form dense thickets. .

. USDA Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6,.

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Common name (s): Indigo Bush, False Indigo, Indigo Bush, Bastard Indigo.

. angustifolia Pursh; A.

. Three Varieties of Amorpha have documented use in Herbal Medicine: Amorpha canescens - Lead Plant, Amorpha fruticosa - False Indigo, Amorpha nana - Dwarf Indigobush.

Cutting plants may result in re-sprouting stems.
Amorpha fruticosa is a shrub that is native to California, and also found elsewhere in western North America.
00 Andropogon gerardii, Albany Pine Bush-NY Ecotype Big Bluestem, Albany Pine Bush-NY Ecotype 14.

Amorpha fruticosa is commonly found on wet ground along rivers, streams, ponds, and ditches and occasionally in open wet woods (Freeman & Schofield 1991).


Economic Impacts in Chesapeake Bay. Amorpha canescens prefers full sun but will tolerate part shade. However, a growing body of scientific literature also points to the therapeutic potential of.

Amorpha fruticosa is a woody shrub which is found in moist canyon bottoms at middle to upper elevations. Amaranthus [S. . . The strategy of A.

(Fabaceae) is a shrub native to North America which has been cultivated mainly for its ornamental features, honey plant value and protective properties against soil erosion.

. The species name, "nana," means "dwarf".


Propagation by Seed.

Propagation by Seed.