Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmatian White'
Description: A superb selection of Foxglove, flowering well even in the first year unlike many other Foxglove. Spikes of pure white tubular flowers rise above compact clumps of basal foliage in late-spring and early-summer (May-June).
Uses: The compact uniform plants are very good planted in groups along a fence line or on woodland edge or in large containers.
Climate/Position: Full sun to partial shade
Height/Spread: 60cm x 60cm
Soil Requirements: Any average soil conditions. Humus rich soil gives best results
Pruning: Remove flower spikes after flowering to encourage further flush of flowers.
Special Requirements: A biennial which may not survive after blooming. If spikes not removed then plant may self seed, however, new plants will NOT be identical to the parent plant.
Additional Interest: Raised by Keift-Pro seeds