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Cyclamen, foxglove, nicotiana, forget-me-not, lobelia and primrose are good for the shadier spots (about two hours of direct sun or dappled light).
The Sandplain agalinis, also known as the Sandplain false foxglove, is one of those rare species.
In pastel pinks and purples, an enchanting mix of columbines, lupines and foxgloves bloom in pockets of sun underneath Japanese maples.
Plants especially susceptible to fasciation include ferns, willow trees, delphiniums, foxgloves, forsythia, euphorbias, lilies, primulas and verbascums such as the mullein.
Meanwhile, a Christmas fern rejoiced in the spot the foxgloves had rejected.
Gotta love these plant names: Eared false foxglove.
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First Known Use of foxglove
before 12th century
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