Isoplexis canariensis (Bellbird plant / Canary Island foxglove) | AVAILABLE LATE SPRING
Isoplexis canariensis (Bellbird plant / Canary Island foxglove)
A rare plant from the Canary Islands off the coast of Morocco where it is endangered. An evergreen, upright shrub with glossy green leaves. Bright orange-red foxglove flowers appear in early spring, continuing through to autumn. It is very popular with the birds hence its common name the Bellbird plant. It is a cool-climate plant, tolerating cooler night temperatures, and can be planted in full sun or light shade, though does prefer protection from the mid afternoon sun.
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