What are some identifying features of the indigo bush?


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Features of the indigo bush include soft blue-green foliage with tiny purple flowers and a creeping, sprawling nature. As an indigo bush develops, it produces a woody growth in its center. It typically remains under 6 inches tall but can spread as wide as 4 feet.

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The indigo bush is a perennial that blooms in the summer. It is a drought-resistant plant that works well to stabilize a slope or provide erosion control, and it looks more attractive when it is able to sprawl around nearby plants and trees. It acts as a living mulch and help suppress weed growth. It attracts birds, and it pairs well with the yucca or the prickly pear cactus.

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