Digitalis grandiflora Dwarf Carillion – Foxglove


Beautiful, long-flowering, dwarf, clump forming perennial foxglove with upright stalks of creamy-yellow tubular flowers…

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This beautiful, long-flowering, dwarf perennial foxglove looks great at the front to middle of a herbaceous border. The upright stalks of creamy-yellow tubular flowers are produced all summer long. The flowers have speckled throats which is typical of fox gloves. They thrive in a well drained soil in part shade but will  also grow well in full sun making them a great choice for those who want to grow foxgloves but do not have a suitable shady area..

Digitalis grandiflora is a short lived, clump forming perennial which will seed around if at least one flower stem is allowed to set seed. A very worthy plant which should be more widely grown.

Digitalis grandiflora Dwarf Carillion has been awarded the RHS Plants for Pollinators badge and is a valuable source of pollen / nectar for many insects.

Important: All foxgloves are TOXIC if eaten. Wear gloves and other protective equipment when handling. They are also TOXIC to pets

More Details:

Family: Plantaginaceae 
Common Name: Foxglove
Native: Central Europe to Turkey and Siberia
Height x Spread: 35cm x 50cm (14″ x 20″)
Soil Type: Fertile, Humus rich, Well Drained
Soil pH: Acid, Alkaline, Neutral
Aspect: Sunny, Part Shade
UK Hardiness: Hardy
Flowering Time: June, July, August
Flower Colour: Pale creamy yellow
Foliage Colour: Green

Additional information

Weight 275 g
Dimensions 9 × 11 × 25 cm


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