Digitalis lutea (Small yellow foxglove)

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Small yellow foxglove

PHOTOS OF SMALL YELLOW FOXGLOVE

digitalis lutea

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Digitalis lutea – (Small yellow foxglove)

Perennial shrub of the Figwort Family- Scrophulariaceae – up to 100cm. Smooth, erect stems. Narrow lanceolate leaves with small teeth. Flowers in clusters that are situated on the same side of the floral axis, pale yellow unstained inside and outside without hairiness, 1.5 to 2 cm in length. Fruit capsule. In dry and stony calcareous places.

Study of plants Cultivation details Poisonous plant. See medicinal properties.

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20 November, 2020

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