Foxglove, the Digitalis species

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Below, left: The classic garden foxglove is Digitalis purpurea, a biennial which may bloom pink, white or in other hues, usually with dark spots within the flowers, which are large like tips cut from a man's glove. Below, right: There are a number of perennial foxgloves, such as this Digitalis lutea or yellow foxglove.

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