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Earleaf (or Eared) false-foxglove derives its name from the uppermost leaves having lobes that stick out at the base, reminiscent of earlobes. Fruit are capsules about inch long that mature in early November. Seeds are dormant when dispersed, but germinate following a combination of cold, moisture, and then sunlight in the spring.