Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
Clusters of flower spikes with trumpet-shaped apricot flowers and golden throats with dark red spots, appear above a low rosette of dark green foliage. This recently introduced Digitalis is a sterile
Commonly known as the 'Rusty Foxglove', this Digitalis produces erect spikes of tubular golden-brown flowers with rusty-red internal veins and thin narrow green leaves at the basal clump.
This shorter perennial foxglove produces delicate spires of dusky pinky brown bell-like flowers with a dark chocolate freckled yellow throat on sturdy stems above dark green basal rosettes.
A white foxglove which is a cottage garden classic with sturdy spikes that are covered in tubular white flowers.
Lovely apricot flowered foxglove suitable for either sun or part shade
A stunning new perennial Digitalis with impressively large and chunky flower spikes packed with gently flaring copper pink flushed tubular flowers with contrasting soft orange throat over attractively