- Digitalis Camelot -
Grown in a 3.5 inch pot
The spotted blooms of the foxglove are like landing strips for bees and other pollinators and an important source of nectar. Spikes of tubular flowers appear in summer in the first year. Comes in mixed shades of cream, lavender, pink and white.
Allow to go to seed in the second year to encourage the next generation of seedlings.
Exposure: Sun to part sun
Bloom time: Summer
Height: 75 cm
Spread: 35 - 40 cm
Water Requirements: Average to moist
Special Attributes: Attracts hummingbirds. Deer and rabbit resistant. Cut flower.