Biennial plant,in all its parts.
Very suitable for shady spots, under trees etc. Very easy to cultivate, also self-.
Will accept any garden soil with an adequate moisture content.
Sow in early summer in a damp-bed in deep shade. Prick out the , 20 cm apart, and in early autumn transfer them to the where they are intended to flower the following year.
Digitalis purpurea: Height to at least 1.5 m; flowering season summer months. The fairly smallare purple red on the outside, the inside is blotched with white. In the strain ‘Excelsior’ all face one way; in ‘Gloxi-niaeflora’ the flowers are much larger. Yellow-white varieties are now also available. There is a low-growing foxglove called ‘Foxy’; in late winter in a warm environment.