Rehmannia Angulata - Knowledgebase Question

Placentia, CA
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Question by freeflymom
November 15, 1999
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 from NGA
November 15, 1999
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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