Penstemon digitalis, a Foxglove native to the eastern and western United States and Canada turns out to be quite adept at spreading itself. It’s a lovely, though slightly more delicate version of Foxglove, with striking redding foliage. I noticed it’s spreading from the one I planted last year, to four or five new plants this spring. Foxgloves tend to die off quickly for me, so it’s a welcome addition. An Americanized but appropriate plant for either a witch’s garden, or fairy garden.
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The haunted, macabre, the downright peculiar ….the curiously gothic world of Todd Atteberry
Gothic horror stories, haunted travelogues, a healthy dose of witchcraft, paganism, stone circles and ancient trackways.