More Information About Titanotrichum
Until recently, Titanotrichum (Woodland Foxglove) was confined to greenhouses and windowsills. However, we found it to have amazing cold tolerance and have grown Titanotrichum outdoors here for many years.
Titanotrichum is reminiscent of a foxglove (digitalis) or sinningia because of the shape of the flowers. The flowers, which top the plant in September, are beautiful, golden-yellow, butterfly-attracting bells produced along the stalk.