Titanotrichum oldhamii (Woodland Foxglove)

Titanotrichum oldhamii - The fuzzy basal leaves make a nice small clump to 12" wide which, in September and October, is topped with 1' spikes of dramatic, golden yellow bells with vivid, cinnamon-red centers. Leaves on our clone are purplish and hairy to some degree at around 10 cms long or slightly more and maybe 4 or 5 cms wide. These are held on rigid fleshy stems to around 40 cms high, again purple in colour. The flowers are the main attraction, tubular open mouthed like foxgloves but the inner is bright red. Family : Gesneriaceae    

Titanotrichum oldhamii (Woodland Foxglove) 1

Author : Scott Zona
Photo # : 31266
Online since: March 5th 2019


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