• Apricot Beauty - Foxglove

    Apricot Beauty - Foxglove

    (Digitalis purpurea) Lovely, peachy-apricot flower spikes. These grow to 30 inches and are quite lovely. Warning: the seeds and all parts of this plant are poisonous. Contains 800 heirloom seeds

  • Camelot Mix (F1) (Pelleted)

    Camelot Mix (F1) (Pelleted)

    A combination of four lovely colors: cream, lavender, rose and white. Center spikes are large and full, and side shoots fill out the plant. Great for bouquets and gardens. Zones 5-9. Pelleted Seeds. Ht. 42-48". Avg. 37,830 seeds/oz. Packet: 50 seeds.

  • Candy Mountain Digitalis purpurea Foxglove Plant

    Candy Mountain Digitalis purpurea Foxglove Plant

    At last, a Foxglove that shows its face! These large rosy-pink to mauve bells are upturned, revealing their freckled interiors even from a distance. Very showy, they create a unique new look for Digitalis.The blooms crowd tightly along thick, very strong 20-inch stems. Opening from the bottom up, the older blooms turn a rich shade of mauve, while the newer ones sport more rosy hues. All are merrily freckled and held wide open, revealing their interiors as no Foxglove has ever done!The blooms are most abundant in early summer, but continue intermittently all season in most climates. Attractive to hummingbirds…

  • Foxglove - Camelot Lavender

    Foxglove - Camelot Lavender

    Spectacular plants that reliably flower in the first year, with another heavy flush of flowers in the second year. Uniform plants with high-quality flower spikes in a rich carousel of color as the speckled, jewel-like blooms open all around stout stems, giving more impact than ever before. Z4-8. 3-4ft. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Foxglove Camelot Cream Hybrid

    Foxglove Camelot Cream Hybrid

    Finally, a Foxglove that knows how to get up and GROW! Camelot Cream doesn't waste a moment in your garden -- plant it in spring and before summer is here, it will be sporting its first display of fat chartreuse buds, which burst into glorious bloom over a long, very profuse season. Earlier to bloom and much, much heavier than others (especially the first year), the Camelot series is our hands-down favorite for a long, lovely season of color in partial shade!The secret of its success is breeding. Camelot is the first-ever F1 hybrid, which means it simply has more…

  • Foxglove Camelot Lavender Hybrid

    Foxglove Camelot Lavender Hybrid

    Finally, a Foxglove that knows how to get up and GROW! Camelot Lavender doesn't waste a moment in your garden -- plant it in spring and before summer is here, it will be sporting its first display of fat lavender buds, which burst into glorious bloom over a long, very profuse season. Earlier to bloom and much, much heavier than others (especially the first year), the Camelot series is my hands-down favorite for a long, lovely season of color in partial shade!The secret of its success is breeding. Camelot is the first-ever F1 hybrid, which means it simply has more…

  • Foxglove Camelot Rose Hybrid

    Foxglove Camelot Rose Hybrid

    Finally, a Foxglove that knows how to get up and GROW! Camelot Rose doesn't waste a moment in your garden -- plant it in spring and before summer is here, it will be sporting its first display of fat chartreuse-and-pink buds, which burst into glorious bloom over a long, very profuse season. Earlier to bloom and much, much heavier than others (especially the first year), the Camelot series is my hands-down favorite for a long, lovely season of color in partial shade!The secret of its success is breeding. Camelot is the first-ever F1 hybrid, which means it simply has more…

  • Foxglove Camelot White Hybrid

    Foxglove Camelot White Hybrid

    Finally, a Foxglove that knows how to get up and GROW! Camelot White doesn't waste a moment in your garden -- plant it in spring and before summer is here, it will be sporting its first display of fat pale pistachio buds, which burst into glorious bloom over a long, very profuse season. Earlier to bloom and much, much heavier than others (especially the first year), the Camelot series is my hands-down favorite for a long, lovely season of color in partial shade!The secret of its success is breeding. Camelot is the first-ever F1 hybrid, which means it simply has…

  • Foxglove hybrida 'Camelot Cream'

    Foxglove hybrida 'Camelot Cream'

    Spectacular plants that reliably flower in the first year, with another heavy flush of flowers in the second year. Uniform plants with high-quality flower spikes in a rich carousel of color as the speckled, jewel-like blooms open all around stout stems, giving more impact than ever before. Z4-8. 3-4ft. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Foxglove hybrida 'Camelot Rose'

    Foxglove hybrida 'Camelot Rose'

    Spectacular plants that reliably flower in the first year, with another heavy flush of flowers in the second year. Uniform plants with high-quality flower spikes in a rich carousel of color as the speckled, jewel-like blooms open all around stout stems, giving more impact than ever before. Z4-8. 3-4ft. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Foxglove p.'Pam's Split'

    Foxglove p.'Pam's Split'

    Spectacular new selection from Foxglove 'Pam's Choice'. This variety is slightly shorter and multistemmed from the base, producing a longer-lasting, impressive display of white blooms with speckled throats. Each flower has an unusual 'split petal' effect, giving them a slightly ruffled look. Z4-8. 48in. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Foxglove p.'Primrose Carousel'

    Foxglove p.'Primrose Carousel'

    The first primrose-yellow foxglove, true from seed. Totally unique as it produces large, claret-spotted flowers all around the stem. Plant large drifts in borders for spectacular displays. Seed was first discovered by chance in Suffolk, England, by T&M customer, Miss Gage. Z4-8. 30in. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Foxglove purpurea 'Candy Mountain'

    Foxglove purpurea 'Candy Mountain'

    The very first foxglove from seed to produce upward-facing flowers! This unusual characteristic lets you see inside the stunning rose pink blooms and catch a glimpse of their delightfully freckled throats. The flower stems are strong and sturdy, making 'Candy Mountain' ideal for creating wonderful drifts of color. Superb planted towards the back of your perennial or cottage garden borders. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil. Z4-8. 36-56in. Unique upward-facing flowers.

  • Foxglove purpurea 'Pam's Choice'

    Foxglove purpurea 'Pam's Choice'

    One of the most stunning foxgloves found in recent years. Strong, stout spires of creamy-white flowers with attractive deep burgundy spotted, splashed throats. Creates an unforgettable sight planted en masse towards the back of a border. Z4-8. 3-5ft. Germination: 14-30 days, 65-85F. Well-drained soil.

  • Foxglove-Polkadot Pippa

    Foxglove-Polkadot Pippa

    Opulent stems of fingertip-sized, coral blooms reveal an apricot lining and lightly speckled throats. A superior performer in the garden, this stunning foxglove blooms June through August, and reaches 36 inches tall on sturdy,clumping, well-branched plants. Polkadot Pippa produces sterile flowers,which means loads of blossoms and extended bloom times. Hardy in zones 4-8. Germination code: (1) or (4)

  • Foxy Digitalis Foxglove Plant

    Foxy Digitalis Foxglove Plant

    Colorful, prolific, and long-blooming, Foxy is a reliable show-stealer in the early-summer garden. Big blooms of white, cream, yellow, and rosy-red--many charmingly spotted with red inside--arise abundantly on the bushy 3-foot plants. And the best part? They appear just 5 months from sowing, so you can grow this Foxglove even in areas where it isn't hardy!The flowers are so freely borne that they crowd one another, overlapping for a very full, ultra-colorful look. And because the buds open from the bottom of the plant up, the topmost are still closed when the lower flowers are in full bloom, increasing the…

  • Mixed Foxglove

    Mixed Foxglove

    Stalks grow up to 5' tall and are covered with bell-shaped florets in a mix of bright colors. Fast-growing biennial plants are resistant to most pests and diseases. Beautiful in woodland gardens, cottage gardens and borders. Space 2-3' apart. #1 field-grown plants. Zones 4-9 Digitalis purpurea Height: 3-5' Zones: 4-9 Bloom Time: Early Summer Light: Full Sun to Partial Shade

  • Polkadot Princess Perennial Foxglove

    Polkadot Princess Perennial Foxglove

  • Wild Foxglove Digitalis purpurea

    Wild Foxglove Digitalis purpurea

    Tall spires of drooping rose-purple flowers, ideal sown in shady or woodland areas. Z4-8. 48in.

  • Wild Purple Foxglove

    Wild Purple Foxglove

    A naturalized wildflower from Europe, this deer resistant plant has tubular pinkish-purple flowers on tall spikes that bloom in early summer.  USDA Zones 4-9 (