Digitalis

Digitalis spp.

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Commonly called foxgloves, this genus consists of around 25 species of herbaceous perennial and biennial species, including some which are evergreen. They originate from a range of habitats in West and Southwest Europe, Northwestern Africa, Western and Central Asia and produce tall spikes 50-225cm long, with many tubular flowers. These are usually purple, pink, white or yellow and vary in colour across species. The common foxglove, Digitalis purpurea is included in this genus, it is widely cultivated as an ornamental garden species for its pretty flowers, which often have patterned markings. Species in this genus do best in acidic soils.
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