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'Lemoncello' is a robust,rosette-forming hairy biennialor short-lived perennial75-90cm tall with narrowly oval, greyish-green woollyleaves. Spires of soft to bright yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers are produced over a long period insummer
'Lucas' is a neat,clump-forming, semi-evergreenbiennial with erect stems and dark-green, wrinkled and toothed leaves.Pinkish-purple flowers with white speckled throats appear from early summer through until the autumn.
'Martina' is a biennial or short-lived herbaceous perennial, up to 1.2m high, with silvery green leaves and branching stems of sterile pink flowers, spotted inside with maroon outlined in white, over a long period from early summer to early autumn; many foxglove species are a reliably good source of nectar for bumblebees, especially long-tongued bumblebees, and some but not all garden cultivars may also be good bumblebee plants
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Digitalis × valinii Illumination Series ILLUMINATION PINK (?Tmdgfp001
Digitalis Gargantua...Digitalis Gargantua
Growing below a disused crane arm, conifers and Alchemilla provide a verdant foil for silver-leaved, white flowered Digitalis purpurea subsp. heywoodii
You can order seed of Digitalis ?Lucas? and Digitalis ?Martina? from Owl?s Acre Seeds...Plants of Digitalis ?Lucas? are available from Hayloft Plants...
A classic cottage garden plant, the Digitalis genus consists of biennials and short-lived perennials...Best for cottage gardens : the common biennial foxglove, Digitalis purpurea and improved selections such as Digitalis purpurea Excelsior Group can reach up to 2m (6ft...
Although I?d never heard of it until I came to RHS Garden Harlow Carr , once discovered, Digitalis ferruginea instantly became the best foxglove I?d ever seen ? and I can?t imagine that will ever change...Digitalis ferruginea with crocosmia...Like all foxgloves, Digitalis ferruginea will seed freely and has a tendency to pop up where it likes
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