Wild Flowers In Colombia, South America – Digitalis Purpurea Or Commonly Known In English As Foxglove Growing Wild On The Shores Of The Embalse Del Neusa In The Cundinamarca Department.

Digitalis Purpurea or commonly know as Foxglove, growing wild by the Reservoir of Nuesa, in the Cundinamarca Department of the South American country of Colombia. The plants are well known as the original source of the heart medicine called Digoxin. The plant flowers and seeds are all poisonous to humans and animals. Close-up of flower, shot in natural light. Perfect focus bring out the raindrops on the flowers and buds. Image shot in normal sunlight; Vertical format.

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