Wednesday, June 23, 2010


Foxglove (Digitalis is a genus of PS. Foxglove, is more significant. Fingerhut) - Alisma plantago (Plantaginaceae) genus, which includes poisonous perennial herbs. Their stem is erect, the lower part woody. Leaves of continuous, growing fouls. Focus on a bunch of rings. Varpiškas crown. Fruit - box. Latin DIGITUS means finger - the crown of the plant is similar to a small thimble.

Tribe of about 20 species. Lithuania itself is growing in one species and several more are grown as ornamental plants:

* Common foxglove (Digitalis purpurea)
* Digitalis grandiflora (Digitalis grandiflora)
* Cerastium foxglove (Digitalis lanatus)


See Also: Sending Flowers, Online Florist

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