Digitalis (Foxglove) Dalmatian White - Plants Growing Chart
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Digitalis (Foxglove) Dalmatian White - Plants
- Tall spires of flowers reaching 90cm (3ft)
- Attractive to beneficial bees
- Happy in sun, happy in shade
- Happy in moist soils
- White trumpet flowers with attractive plum-coloured freckles
- Lovely cut for vases indoors
Dalmatian White foxgloves are a wonderful addition to the back and in the centre of your border. Every summer tall spires of white flower open out, offering lovely colour and they thrive even in heavy shade underneath a garden tree. Happy in full sun too, be sure to keep the soil moist so your Dalmatian White foxgloves thrive. Foxgloves even thrive in containers if you want a wildlife garden but have a concreted back yard only.
This foxglove variety looks lovely planted in the middle of a container as a centrepiece too surrounded by shorter bedding like white lobelia, white petunias or even purple petunias to complement the purple freckly centres of the individual trumpet flowers of your foxglove.
As your foxglove plants come into flower enjoy the attention they bring from our much-loved British insects like bumblebees and lacewings.
If you love your foxgloves give the spikes of flowers a tap or two in late summer to disperse seeds from the seed heads. Seedlings will pop up near to the mother plant for the next generation of flowers.See Full Description +
- Quantity 3x Young Digitalis Plants
- Height Up To: 90cm (35in)
Delivery: Late April to Late May