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Hairy Indigo is a non-
It is an erect or spreading annual plant growing to a height of 3-
All of the photos on this page were taken in Deep Creek in Charlotte County. The upper left photo shows several flower spikes. The spike on the left still has flowers blooming at the top and seed pods starting to form along the bottom. The upper right photo shows a Cassius Blue butterfly sipping nectar. The lower left photo is an enlarged image showing the tiny pea-
The distribution maps for the Hairy Indigo are from the Plants Database of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).