DIGITALIS purpurea 'Monstrosa"Seed.Very large single flower on top of each spike
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Life Cycle: Biennial
Special Features: Every stem topped with an unusual large single flower. Biennial to short-lived.
Basic Colour: (white / cream / pink / salmon)
Flower Colour: white and pink
Natural Flowering Period: June - July
Winter Hardiness Zones: Z4 - Z8
Foliage: Large foliage, slightly felty.
Growth Habit: evergreen / wintergreen
Height with Flowers: 120 cm
Spacing between Plants: 40 cm
Soil Requirements: dry / average
Usage: suitable for cutting
Foglove (Digitalis Purpurea Monstrosa ) - This mix is perfect for the cottage garden or bordering the back of the perennial garden. These tall stately beauties easily establish from Foxglove seeds. This biennial or short-lived perennial produces spires of large tubular flowers that are enchanting vertical accents in the sun or partial shade garden. The flowers are in colors that include cream, pink, purple, yellow and white. They bloom in late spring or early summer and if the main spike is cut, side shoots will develop and flower until September. Foxgloves look wonderful in a woodland setting, and they attract hummingbirds and butterflies.
Sow Foxglove wildflower seeds in late spring to early summer outdoors in a well prepared seed bed. Sow the seeds on the surface and press them in gently. Keep the flower seeds and soil damp until germination takes place.
Rapidly germinating, keep seed in constant moisture (not wet) with temperatures of about +20°C [68°F]. Seeds must be covered thinly. Do not cover very small seeds, but tightly press into the earth. Keep in cooler conditions after germination occurs.