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Indigofera






INIDGOFERA GERARDIANA (_syns I. floribunda_ and _I. Dosua_).--India,

1842. This forms a compact dwarf bush in the open, but is still better

suited for covering a wall, the growth and floriferousness being then

much increased. The foliage is neat and Pea-green, while the bright pink

Pea-like flowers are produced in long racemes. It is a pretty bush, and

grows freely enough in any good garden soil, but very fine flowering

specimens may be seen in light, sandy soil of a peaty nature. There is a

white flowered variety named I. Gerardiana alba.






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