The Q&A Archives: Rehmannia Angulata

Question: Could you please give me any information on the plant named Rehmannia Angulata? I'd love to know how well it will do in our backyard garden? Where can I find a picture of the plant?

Answer: Rehmannia angulata is a perennial evergreen plant with a long blooming season (April-November). It thrives in full sun to light shade, in rich, moist soil. The flowers are 3" long, and tubular, looking somewhat like foxglove. Here's a picture, plus more growing information on the plant:

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