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The flowers are tubular, yellow, with brown dots on the inside of the corolla. Flowers are borne beginning in late spring, then sporadically throughout the summer and fall.
Yellow foxglove is found mainly on dry, stony, calcareous soils on warm and sunny places, such as forest edges, felled areas and open spaces in the forest.The plant occurs in western, central and southern Europe and northern Africa.
Spotted on Jun 28, 2012
Submitted on Jul 19, 2012