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Digitalis or foxglove are clump forming perennials. They have large green leaves and on tall stems they have tubular flowers during the summer months, it is a known fact that the foxglove flowers fit perfectly on the tip of your finger like a thimble. If growing from seed the first year is just foliage and then the second year they will throw up a tall flower spike and flowers. Other than that they are easy to grow and like sun or part shade a nice healthy soil. We suggest that once they have finished flowering you trim off the old stems.   

  1. Digitalis Foxy Hybrids

    Digitalis purpurea Foxy Hybrids 2 Litre Pot


    Digitalis Foxy Hybrids are stunning foxgloves with mixed flowers, have long spikes of flowers in pastel colours ranging from pink to cream.

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