(Indigo Bush) Amorpha fruticosa is unusual in the UK, growing to be a large shrub with pinnate green leaves and long, nearly black racemes of flowers in summer.
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(False Indigo) A lovely, deciduous plant with exciting, indigo flowers native to the Southern United States which was first introduced to England in 1724. The leaves are pinnate (feather-like) and bright green in spring / summer before showing some yellow tints in a good, crisp autumn before falling.
In midsummer, Amorpha fruticosa has slender racemes of pretty deep purple-blue, nearly black flowers with bright golden stamen. These flowers are very popular with insects and butterflies. An attractive and unusual flowering shrub, ideal for a sunny border!