The Purple Foxglove is a wildflower that blooms in the temperate forests of the Northern Hemisphere. It is a member of the plant family Plantaginaceae, and its scientific name is Digitalis purpurea.
The Purple Foxglove is a herbaceous perennial plant that can grow to be anywhere from two to six feet tall. Its stem is covered in short, downy hair, and its leaves are lanceolate shaped and arranged in a rosette at the base of the plant.
The flowers of the Purple Foxglove are bell-shaped and range in colour from light purple to dark purple. They typically bloom in late spring or early summer.
The Purple Foxglove is a hardy plant that can grow in a variety of habitats, including temperate forests, meadows, and prairies. It prefers moist, well-drained soil, but can tolerate some drought. The Purple Foxglove is an important source of nectar for bees and other pollinators.