Joy Creek Nursery

029-003   Digitalis laevigata     ( Foxglove )

Digitalis laevigata
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This clumping, perennial species of foxglove is found in the western and central Balkans. It is noted for the lack of fine hairs on its stems and leaves, thus the specific name which means "smooth." The basal leaves of Digitalis laevigata are broader in contrast to the stems leaves which are narrow and linear. The tubular flowers blooming up the flowering stems are 1.5-inches long with white lower lips that are veined and speckled in red. The upper lips are yellow brown.

Midsummer.  3 ft. x 18 in.

Brownish Yellow flowers

Sun, Part Shade     Zones 7, 8, 9

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