Digitalis (Foxglove) Dalmatian Mix - Plants

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  • Good in pots and containers
  • Varieties suitables for cutting
  • Will flower well in full sun
  • Hardy Perennial - sow indoors or on a seedbed (April-June); transplant later to flower for many seasons
  • Attracts Bees
  • Three healthy young plants for planting in your garden
  • Grows well in the sun, grows well in shade
  • Attracts pollinating bees
  • Three complementing varieties in your mix

Enjoy the beautiful trumpet flowers from this great mix of foxgloves. Every flower is an attractive trumpet with pretty freckles within. Foxgloves are tall and stately and being a resident of many a UK forest or wood they perform fantastically even in deep shade. Plant in the centre to the back of borders where their spires shoot up producing the pretty flowers in abundance.

Lovely in cottage gardens or in modern gardens either at the back of a border or along a wall-side border. Consider cutting some of the stems for cut flowers to complement other woodland flowers that look great in bouquets like hydrangeas and the dramatic long, spear-like leaves of crocosmia.

As your foxglove plants come into flower enjoy the attention they bring from our much-loved British insects like bumblebees and lacewings. Growing to a height of 60-90cm (2-3 ft) they look great at the back of borders or under trees that give heavy shade. Foxgloves even thrive in containers if you want a wildlife garden but have a concreted back yard only. 

With a rosette of large leaves at the base of the flowers, there is opportunity for mammals and ground-loving birds to shelter and hide from the searing sun and predators. If you love your foxgloves give the spikes of flowers a tap or two to disperse seeds for seedlings for next generation of flowers.

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Catalogue Number 5120-7486
  • Quantity 3x Digitalis Plants, 1x of Each Variety
  • Height Up To: 90cm (35in)
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