im probly not the person to answer but i think they leaf out in spring then the leafs die off and a flower stem grows in there place only sign of them ive seen has been the seed stem since spring so i dont think thats a ramp but i would like to know for sure so maybe someone will know but i would not recommend you try to eat any without possitive idenification.
wild indigo root wanted:
I will ask any of the root diggers that are familiar with a plant commonly growing in Ginseng regions
named Baptisia tinctoria alias \"wild indigo or horsefly weed\"
and wish to negotiate contracts to purchase them.
I have inserted this link for your plant species reference: