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Creeping Indigo
Scientific Name - Indigofera spicata Forsk.
Family - Leguminosae
Perennial with hairy creeping stems. Leaves with seven to nine leaflets, hairy. Numerous pink flowers on spikes from the bases of the leaves. Fruit linear, pointed downward, tightly clustered. Reproduces by seed. Occurs in almost all habitats except very dry; common in turf. Found in peninsula of Florida. Also occurs in Madagascar, the Mascarene Islands, Yemen, India, Sri Lank, and southeast Asia. Native to Africa.





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