Digitalis parviflora | Milk Chocolate
This striking foxglove has densely packed spikes of small chocolate coloured flowers on stems that stand tall above the dark green glossy foliage. The foliage has a sheen that sets these stunning flower spikes off beautifully. A plant that will certainly attract attention in your garden. In their first growing season, the plants will form a rosette of hairy lance-shaped leaves and in year two will send up spikes with small bell-shaped flowers.
Easy to grow, as long as they are watered in dry weather, this plant will add an elegant touch to the back of your garden border. An excellent cut flower that is also adored by the bees so perfect to add to a pollinator garden. Full shade to partial shade. Not fussy about soil. Looks stunning in combination with our Bronze Fennel
If foxgloves are grown near most plants they will stimulate growth and help to resist disease and if grown near apples, potatoes and tomatoes their storage qualities will be greatly improved. Foxgloves in a flower arrangement make all the other flowers last longer
Height with flowers to 90cm x 60cm approximately
Please note: All parts of Foxgloves are poisonous if ingested. Wear gloves when harvesting and use caution around children and pets.
If you love Foxgloves, be sure to see our beautiful Jane Hogben Pottery from England featuring Foxgloves
Biennial | Hardy
Plant size: PB2 - Equivalent 1.2 litres
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