A white foxglove which is a cottage garden classic with sturdy spikes that are covered in tubular white flowers. As a hardy biennial it re-seeds itself once established producing small rossettes of leaves in Autumn from which the flower stems rise in spring
Average content per packet: 500 seeds
Feb-June and transplanting August/September
Indoors - In seed trays or pots
Outdoors - In a clean, prepared seed bed
Indoors - Sow on moist compost. Do not cover as light is required for germination. Keep at 15-20°C. Germination takes 14-21 days. Prick out into small pots or plug trays (as pictured) . Grow on and harden off before late summer, early autumn planting out
Outdoors - Water bed before sowing. Can be sown in rows or scattered. If planting in rows sow 5mm deep. If scattering rake the bed gently.
All parts are poisonous.