Digitalis | Foxglove

Zones 5-9 | - | Blooming Late Spring - Mid-Summer

Foxglove (Digitalis) are stately, long-blooming plants with speckled, tubular flowers that are highly attractive to hummingbirds. Because of their height, they do well along fences and near the back of perennial flowerbeds. Blooming in late spring through mid-summer, many Foxglove varieties are considered biennial, but those we carry are perennial and will bloom each year. Because Digitalis is poisonous, Foxglove are highly deer-proof and rabbit resistant.

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