Short spikes of raspberry-rose flowers over miniature Foxglove foliage. Speckled white throats add to this very colorful Digitalis. Tiny hairs cover the leaves, stems and flowers providing it with soft appearance. Best planted in the front of the border to maximize it show potential. A Plant Select® introduction.
Digitalis are a classic of the cottage garden, Foxgloves will wave their spikes in the breeze without staking. Ranging in color from creamy yellow, thru the pinks and roses to maroon. The tall flower spikes with charming tubular flowers add both height and vertical accent to your garden.
Prefers acidic moist soil with good winter drainage. Damaged foliage can be cut back to basal rosettes for a flush of new growth. Can be divided in spring or fall every 3-5 years. Cut the flowering spike to the base as it finishes and several smaller spikes will appear, extending the bloom time. Leave new fall growth at the base of the plant to overwinter. Allow self seeding to ensure future generations. **Leaves and seeds of this plant are toxic if ingested.