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Digitalis purpurea flower bed with bright purple and pink flowers
digitalis purpurea
Digitalis purpurea (Foxglove)

Originates from Western Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia. It now has a widespread distribution, thriving in a variety of habitats. The flowers are typically purple-pink with spotted throats. This species has a number of cultivars, offering variations in flower color and plant size. The plant contains compounds used to produce digoxin, a medication used to treat certain heart conditions. However, it is important to note that all parts of the plant are toxic if ingested.  pharmaceuticals. Photographed in the Eastern Andes of Colombia.

A Digitalis purpurea inflorescence with wet pink-purple flowers
Funnel-shaped, dark rose-pink Digitalis purpurea flowers with white marking in the throat
A bed of Digitalis purpurea flowers in shades of pink and purple
Digitalis purpurea flowers in magenta, purple and pink
Digitalis purpurea flowers in shades of pink
A bed of Digitalis purpurea flowers in shades of pink and purple in sunlight
Spikes of Digitalis purpurea funnel-shaped, dark rose-pink flowers
Pink-purple Digitalis purpurea flowers and a green background

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