Just outside our bedroom window, in the cool of the evening, some horticultural hanky panky was taking place. Before we knew it, there was an offspring making itself at home in our clump of Indigofera pseudotinctoria 'Rose Carpet'. We watched for several years while the 2' tall x 3' wide mass of semi-woody stems grew and adorned themselves with small upright spikes of cerise-pink flowers from spring through summer. After careful examination, we can only conclude that a nearby Indigofera amblyantha is probably the baby-daddy although we have yet to perform a paternity test. Nevertheless, you can adopt your Indigofera 'Little Pinky' today.