The Foxglove is a very well known plant with many garden varieties, however the native is usually pink, and occasionally white. It is a lovely statuesque plant for the back of the border alongside bellflowers, hellebores and stinking iris. Likewise in a woodland setting it looks amazing when growing through a glade, and enjoys damp roots but also some sunlight. The flower stems are produced in the plant’s second year, from June – September.

Digitalis purpurea
Sun or part shade
Height : 1.2m
Flowering period : June – September
This is a good source of nectar : 

Our pots 1 2021 are in their 1st year of growth


Wildlife attracted:
The Foxglove is a favourite of Bumble bees
Other features:

Please note that the plants are poisonous if eaten by humans or pet

Additional information


9cm pot, 6 plug plants, 1.5lt pot