Digitalis ferruginea (Rusty Foxgloves)

Digitalis ferruginea - Rusty Foxgloves  - Commonly called rusty foxglove, is a biennial foxglove that produces only a basal rosette of medium green, oblong leaves in the first year from seed. Flowers are borne in the second year in terminal racemes atop leafy, 3-5' tall spires arising from the centers of the basal rosettes. Pendulous to horizontally-held, tubular, funnel-shaped, creamy yellow to pale golden brown flowers with rusty interior veining and longer than usual lower lips are closely grouped along each spike.  A late spring to early summer bloomer. Family : Plantaginaceae

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Digitalis ferruginea (Rusty Foxgloves) 2

Author : Todd Boland
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Online since: April 1st 2020


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Digitalis ferruginea (Rusty Foxgloves)

Digitalis Rusty (Foxgloves)

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