Digitalis Herbaceous Perennials Plants in 9cm and 13cm Pots

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Digitalis Herbaceous Perennials Plants in 9cm and 13cm Pots

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Digitalis Plant

We are acknowledged worldwide for a premium-grade selection of best varieties of Digitalis Plant. It is a genus of about 20 species of herbaceous perennials, biennials, and shrubs. This plant is commonly called foxgloves.

Digitalis grandiflora Dwarf Carillion Perennial:

Digitalis grandiflora Dwarf Carillion is a compact selection of a Foxglove species. Dwarf Carillion is commonly called as Dwarf Yellow Foxglove. This yellow-flowered foxglove looks like a small glockenspiel. This durable plant has a clump-like habit. You can use this perennial near shrubs in combination with ferns, barrenwort, or hostas and it can also be used in shaded beds.

Digitalis ambigua Creme Bell Herbaceous Perennial:

Digitalis ambigua Creme Bell is a continental species that produces cream yellow bellflowers. This herbaceous perennial is commonly known as Cream Bell Perennial Foxglove. This plant is attractive to humming birds. It is resistant to deer and rabbit. Cream Bell Perennial Foxglove is perfect for a Cottage garden, border and naturalizing.

Digitalis mertonensis Summer King Short-lived Perennial:

Digitalis mertonensis Summer King is a species of Scrophulariaceae family. This plant is commonly called as Summer King Summer Foxglove and Strawberry Foxglove. It produces vast spires of dangling, large bells. Strawberry Foxglove blooms create a spectacular cutflowers and delight to bees. This hardy, short-lived, vigorous perennial plant produces bell-shaped flowers.

Digitalis x mertonensis Herbaceous Perennial:

Native to Garden origin, the Digitalis x mertonensis is a species that belongs to Plantaginaceae family. This herbaceous perennial is commonly called as strawberry foxglove. The coppery-rose, tubular flowers of this short-lived, tetraploid, hybrid perennial are attractive to hummingbirds. Strawberry foxglove blooms in early summer. This plant is effective in naturalized areas and woodland gardens.

Digitalis purpurea albiflora Short-Lived Perennial:

Digitalis purpurea albiflora is a species that belongs to Plantaginaceae family. This short-lived, biennial perennial during its initial year produces only a basal rosette of oblong leaves i.e. green in color. Its tubular, one-sided spires of the pendant, creamy-white flowers usually bloom in the second year. This commonly called white-flower foxglove is attractive to hummingbirds.

Digitalis purpurea Foxy Biennial Perennial:

Digitalis purpurea Foxy is commonly known as common foxglove. Unlike most biennial Digitalis, purpurea Foxy plant is acknowledged for its ability to produce flowers in the first year. Common foxglove usually produces tubular, pendulous, long, funnel-shaped flowers. You can easily cultivate it in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade.

Digitalis purpurea Excelsior mixed Tall Biennials:

Digitalis purpurea Excelsior mixed is a species that belongs to Plantaginaceae family. It is commonly known as foxglove Excelsior Group. This hardy biennial is perfect for tree areas, shady shrub, and back of borders. It is excellent for cut flowers. During early summer, Excelsior Group produces bell-shaped flowers arrange all-round the spike.

Digitalis purpurea Apricot Short-Lived Perennial:

Digitalis purpurea Apricot is an occasionally short-lived perennial and a semi-evergreen biennial. This plant produces erect spikes of creamy yellowish-pink large bells along with soft, tall green leaves. The commonly called name of this plant is foxglove 'Sutton's Apricot'. It usually attracts bees and butterflies. It is excellent for cut flowers and is perfect for a cottage garden.

Digitalis lanata Cafe Creme Clump-forming Perennial:

Digitalis lanata Cafe Creme is an old cottage garden favorite featuring real charm. You can plant it in a good sized patio pot and to also look great in middle/back of a border. This clump-forming perennial usually flowers in May to July. Its lower foliage stays throughout the year. Bees are usually attracted towards this commonly called Woolly Foxglove.

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