Everyone who visits our nursery in spring is quick to notice the golden blooms of this perennial in our native display beds. A single mature specimen of Golden False Indigo creates a striking show in the spring landscape. This plant is tough, drought tolerant and has a nice mounding form. If not watered in summer the plant may go dormant and the stems break with the wind. Be patient when you plant Baptisias as they take a few years to establish themselves but are rewarding as they are very long-lived. Don't divide as they resent root disturbance.