No blooms on blue false indigo baptisia australis
I've had a blue false indigo (Baptisia australis) for seven or eight years. I've had it in three different places and all the transplants have worked out well. Each year the plant grows beautiful and very healthy-looking foliage. However, I have never gotten a flower or bloom in all these years. Each location has had between four to six hours of sun a day. I fertilize with Miracle Gro. We are located in southeast Wisconsin.
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False indigo needs full sun, which is at least six hours of direct sunlight each day. It also is difficult to move because of its taproots, which go deep into the soil. If you keep transplanting it, perhaps it is not being given time to establish a taproot. This particular Baptisia also needs fertile, evenly-moist soil that is also well-draining. Feed the soil (with organic matter like compost), not the leaves, and see if it produces blooms. You can get a soil test from your local county extension service to find out which nutrients your soil is lacking.

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