If you have never grown foxgloves, Camelot foxglove is the one to try.
These plants produce large flowers displayed on 16- to 18-inch-long flower spikes. The flowers are larger and the spikes are taller than previously grown varieties. The bell-shaped flowers of foxgloves are arranged around a strong, tall stem that grows from the center of the plant. Typically, the flowers tend to hang down, and you cannot see into the beautifully spotted throats. The flowers of Camelot foxgloves, however, are held more horizontally, which creates a fuller-looking flower spike and reveals the spotted interior of the flowers. And the flowers face outward, instead of down, for the best show.They make an outstanding display anywhere but are great in tall borders or background plantings. Rose, Lavender, and Cream are recommended for the best performance.Growing Information:Grows 36” tall by 12” wide
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