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This lovely, old-fashioned plant will attract hummingbirds to the garden and readily self-sows. Low-growing foliage is topped by 2 to 3 foot flower spikes in June in varying colors of purple, pink, white and cream. Plants may re-bloom if spent flower stalks are cut back after blooming. The dried leaves are the principal source of the drug digitalis, a potent heart medicine, making the plant poisonous to animals and humans.