(coll. #A1FL-192) This Southeast native to dead, dry sand is another of the most unique but overlooked baptisias. The lime-green rounded foliage looks just like a eucalyptus...even with the stem running through the middle of the leaves. In midsummer, the 3' tall x 3' wide, deer-resistant clumps are adorned with yellow pea-like flowers in the leaf axils. B. perfoliata turns brown in early fall but remains a sturdy structural plant in the garden into the winter...also great in flower arrangements. In Aiken Co, SC, we found a large swath of these under power lines that had been killed by herbicides. Only 1 clump remained alive...a much larger and more vigorous plant than any I'd seen. We rescued the clump and later had these propagated via tissue culture to preserve this exceptional clone.