Cutting back false indigo
Should I cut back my false indigo after it has bloomed and the seeds are dried and fallen off?
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There are two ways to go with your false indigo (Baptisia australis). Gardeners who are fastidious and tidy cut false indigo back by 1/3 of its height after it blooms. Gardeners who are more casual or laid back leave them uncut and are rewarded with neat seed pods that rattle after they dry.

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