Digitalis Apricot Foxglove (Digitalis sp.)

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Digitalis Apricot Foxglove (Digitalis sp.)

Foxgloves look great in large clumps or in drifts under tall trees. A classic cottage garden plant.

POSITION & USES

Grow in sun or part shade and water adequately in hot weather. Suited to a cottage garden, but also useful to add colour to shrubby areas.

CULTIVATION

Easily grown in any reasonable garden soil. Cut the flowering stem to the ground when flowers are spent. Pet safe snail baits may be required

FERTILISING

Regular applications of Seasol and Power Feed in spring and summer will keep it looking its best.

Plant Attributes

HAT COLOURApricot
SPECIAL QUALITIESA classic cottage garden plant. Foxgloves look great in large clumps or in drifts under tall trees.
FLOWERS The lovely, tall, apricot flower spikes appear from mid spring to early summer.
PLANTS NEEDED PER SQUARE METRE5-6
HABITA clump forming perennial with large basal leaves and tall flowering spikes.
WIDTH45cm
HEIGHT1.2m