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Digitalis Purpurea Foxglove Mixed Colours. A popular, attractive and easy to grow native bi-annual woodland plant producing 6ft spikes of bell flowers, spotted inside, over a range of colours and shades in their second year which are extremely attractive to insects. Best suited to a shady spot, but will thrive in most soils. Freely self-seeding year after year. Stunning at the back of a border or in any shady corner.
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Sowing; Sow under cover May - July on compost surface, do not cover. Transplant to 7.5cm pots, grow on and harden off before late summer, early autumn planting in final flowering position or can sow direct. Foxgloves will grow in most soils (except very wet or very dry) but prefer fertile soil in a semi-shaded spot. To help plants establish sprinkle mycorrhizal fungi (Rootgrow) into the base of the planting hole. Allow good spacing between plants to aid air circulation and help prevent mildew. See our advice pages for a guide to sowing and growing foxgloves.
Caring; They self-seed freely but some will revert to the wild colour form. Pull out any seedlings with red stems if you want them to remain pure. May need staking. Remove the first flower spike early to encourage more 'prince' flowers from the base. Caution: All parts of the plant are highly toxic if ingested.