If you're looking for an eye-catching plant to add height and interest to your garden, then this traditional British wildflower is your go-to-plant to give you incredibly beautiful displays this summer.
Foxgloves hold a special attraction to many of us, who remember them growing wild in spectacular drifts in local woods, and now they're one of the garden-designers’ darlings, with their stately spires cropping up in all of the latest contemporary gardens.
With their iconic purple-pink tubular flowers with velvety, chocolate-spotted throats, foxgloves certainly give real impact to any garden. Reliably flowering in their first season, you will get a quick reward from these plants.
The long-lasting spires of drooping trumpet-shaped flowers are produced in abundance from early June to August and are magnets to furry bumble bees and other beneficial pollinating insects!
Foxgloves thrive in full sun, or their native shade of woods, and are very easy to grow indeed, giving gardens a wild and naturalistic feel. Grown mainly as a biennial, plants will self-seed freely and soon establish in the garden giving you year after year of colour and form.
We supply an established plant in a 9cm pot, ready to plant out.