• 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

  • 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-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)

  • 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 (