Amorpha genus. These are deciduous shrubs and sub-shrubs, grown for their flowers and foliage.
Biennials, Deciduous, Fragrants
The name 'Amorpha' is Greek for 'deformed' or 'without form' and refers to the flowers, which only have one petal.
Grown mainly for their flowers and foliage.
These plants grow well in light, sandy soil that is well drained in the sun or partial shade. They are useful for cold, dry, exposed positions. Fully hardy.
Propagate by softwood cuttings in summer or by seed in autumn.
Mildew and plants are vulnerable to rust.
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