A baptisia in bloom


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baptisia ‎(plural baptisias)

  1. (horticulture) Any of various ornamental plants of the genus Baptisia
    • 2008 January 24, Anne Raver, “What the Nurseries Like for Spring”[1], New York Times:
      “We’re really excited about the new baptisias out of Chicago Botanic Garden,” said Steven Castorani, a co-owner of North Creek Nurseries, which specializes in native plants, in Landenberg, Pa.

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