This woodland form of foxglove produces the most softest shades of apricot flowers from June to July on tall stems which can reach up to 1m in height. They are extremely attractive to bees and other insects, so they're an ideal addition to a wildlife garden.
Foxgloves are usually biennial plants, meaning that they only flower once every other year, but if the stem is cut back promptly after flowering it's possible to make them flower every year. The plant looks especially good in woodland surroundings or at the back of the border where it will self seed and increase year after year.
Approx 250 fresh seeds will be supplied
Toxic if eaten