This foxglove plant has 4 stems and each stem has decided to be radically different from the usual foxglove and has finished the end of each flower stem with this most unusual flower head.. I have never seen a foxglove do this before and have grown them for over 30 yrs… can anyone enlighten me as to why this is so and is it rare for this to happen..I am uploading a second picture just to show it is indeed a foxglove plant.. and you will see in the background another of the flower stems with the same ?deformity.


cottage flowers, foxglove, flower unsual deformity

Adore nature in all its myriad forms, a testament to the designer.. I never cease to be amazed at the wonder that surrounds us and am continually in awe as I see the photos that are display on this site of each persons views of this grand world we inhabit… I am a retired nurse and enjoying just being able to take time to smell the flowers so to speak..

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