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|This evening a friend has guided us to a lonely location where a number of these foxgloves are growing,the top bloom being open bell shaped.|
Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) anomaly peloric monstrous terminal flower mutation caused by a double recessive gene at a locus called "centroradialis".
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- [2012-06-20 0:23]
This is an interesting and somewhat spectacular mutant, something new to me!
Well taken with fine clarity and natural colours.
what a nice flower. Nice and incredible! Amazing colours, composition.
Thanks for sharing,
- [2012-07-08 4:47]
Finally I have understood why these Foxgloves are mutants. Well taken shot and an interesting contribution to TN.
this is a very nice picture of this flower
i have post this last week also on TN
this name of this variant is
Pelorische topflower mostly on the
People with flower gardens are very interting of the seed of this flower
thanks greeting lou
interesting and unusual, TFS Ori