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.
As its name suggests, this Digitalis ferruguinea cultivar produces tall spears of large golden brown tube-like flowers with lacey rusty red internal veining and narrow green foliage from basal rosette
This truly perennial foxglove bears spires of large tubular creamy-yellow flowers with internal brown freckles over evergreen foliage. It grows naturally in open woods and grassy areas near streams..
This shorter foxglove bears wands of dainty soft yellow tube-like flowers on robust stems with narrow bright green foliage above basal rosettes.
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.
Widely known as the Common Foxglove, this much loved plant bears lofty spires of bright purple pink thimble-like flowers that hang downwards to one side above a basal rosette.
The foxglove 'Camelot Series' produces lots of willowy spires of hanging thimble-like flowers in a range of colours from cream to lavender to rose pink, each bloom sporting a delicately spotted throat
'Sutton's Apricot' bears flushed apricot-pink tubular flowers with soft yellow throats delicately freckled with dark red, in slender spires above dark green basal rosettes.Bees and butterflies love it
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
Commonly known as the white foxglove, this elegant plant produces willowy spires of pure white thimble-like flowers that hang to one side. Its foliage is soft and hairy with the stems rising from ...