A profusion of tubular, bright-white flowers on strong stems in May and June are magnets for many long-tongued bees. Also visited by many other native bee species, including the two-spotted bumble bee, and hummingbirds. Attractive seed pods are almost red in summer. A hardy and versatile, long-lived beardtongue. Part of our Pollinator Buffet plant tag series.
Header Photo: Mervin Wallace
Foxglove Beard Tongue
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