Baptisia australis, commonly called Blue False Indigo, is a North American native plant the features attractive indigo-blue lupine-like flowers on 12 inch tall spikes that rise well above the 3 foot high and wide foliage mound in late spring to early summer. The attractive blue-green leaves resemble clover. Inflated seeds pods follow the flowers turning black when dry. If you have kids or grandkids they'll love shaking the pods just to hear the seeds rattle. Get all the details below!