Regina P. Bracy | 9/8/2010 12:39:05 AM
If you have never grown foxgloves, this is the one to try. Camelot foxgloves were the best-performing foxglove in university trials.
They make an outstanding display anywhere, but are great in tall borders or background plantings.
These plants produce large, bell-shaped flowers displayed on 16- to 18-inch-long flower spikes.
The bell-shaped flowers have a unique speckled throat that adds interest up close. And the flowers face outward, instead of down, for the best show. Rose, Lavender and Cream are recommended for the best performance.
This Louisiana Super Plant makes a statement in the garden.
Grow this cool-season annual in full sun to part shade. Plant in October thru February for an outstanding display in the spring.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture