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Digitalis (Foxglove) Dalmation Collection

THE NAME FOXGLOVE is said to have arisen from a story about playful fairies, wanting to help the wily foxes. They slipped a foxglove over each paw and ever since, the fox has had the attribute of stealth. They even left their little fairy fingerprints on the blooms in the
form of tiny spots as proof.
Humans admire them today for their gorgeous, bell-shaped flowers which appear on long tall spikes, making an impressive statement in the garden during late spring and summer. Wonderful drifts of vertical spires create interest in the border by adding a third dimension. Excellent for cutting too – lasting 7-10 days in a vase, although you may not wish to deprive the passing wildlife of a nectar-rich feast. Deadhead as each flower is spent to encourage more flowers and promote seed production for self-seeding in the second year.

A unique collection bred to flower in the first year. Deadhead spent blooms in the first year to encourage a second year of flowers. Height 50cm (20"). Spread 40cm (16")

This collection comprises of;
Flower Colour
Peach, Purple, White

Type of garden
Container Gardening, Cottage Garden, Small Gardens, Urban Garden

Flowers For Cutting/Drying, Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest, Ideal for Beginners, Suitable for Container

Hardy biennial

April onwards

Flowering Time

Sun or Partial Shade

30cm (12")

100-120cm (40-48")

Digitalis Illumination


Moist but well-drained


Sun or part shade


Not suitable for cutting


Summer and Autumn

Additional Information

Cut back faded flower spikes to encourage further side shoots. Contact with digitalis foliage may possibly cause skin irritation. All parts of Digitalis will cause severe discomfort if ingested, Propagate by careful division in spring. Half hardy perennial.

Delivery Date: 14 Apr 2019 (+/- 14days)
Plant Hardiness

How hardy are our plants?

All our plants have a guideline temperature for how well they will tolerate winter cold.

Fully hardy perennials will withstand temperatures down to -15 °C (5°F) and often lower.
Hardy perennials are happy down to at least -5°C (23°F)
Half hardy perennials can withstand down to around 0°C (32°F)
And Tender perennials may be damaged by temperatures below 5°C (41°F)

Please remember that temperatures can vary significantly within quite a small area, and hardiness can be affected by soil, position and other factors.
If in doubt please give us a call.

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"Thank you ladies for your beautiful plants.
Praise also, for the Bulrush Compost, of which I have purchased 8 bags during the past six months. It is superb and my garden has flourished.
Bless you,
Kind wishes"
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