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Re: Indigofera Kirilowii

Donna, I've had this Indigofera for about 3 years now and it is lovely.  See http://hort.net/+j
I do recall that after its first winter I thought I'd lost it, but it
rebounded with new growth. It spreads by suckers, so now it is taking
more space so I'm probably going to have to thin it out one of these
years. If you've lost yours, I'll see if I can send you a piece.

neIN, Zone5

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> Does anyone on this list grow Indigofera Kirilowii? 
> I bought a small one last summer which the rabbits 
> thought was a taste dessert within a couple of days, 
> it appeared to be history. Left the root system in the 
> ground to see what would happen. Of course, then I 
> forgot about it. 
> Today, as I was weeding that area, noticed a tag near 
> what I thought was a weed. Now I can't decide if it is 
> that plant or a weed! A few web sites later, I am 
> still sitting on my patio deciding. I wish the darn 
> thing showed signs of a bloom, it would make it so 
> much easier! 
> If anyone is growing it, I would like to send a 
> picture to you for an opinion. 
> Donna 
> IL, zone 5 
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