Digitalis /Foxglove – Primrose Yellow

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A stunning primrose yellow variety of Digitalis producing tall spires hung with eye catching spies of bell like flowers , but inside heavily spotted in a rich maroon. The leaves are narrow and tend to a grey green. 100cm high. June to August.  Best suited to a shady spot, but will thrive in most soils. Freely self-seeding year after year. Stunning at the back of a border or in any shady corner.

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  • Item: Primrose Yellow
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Digitalis /Foxglove – Primrose Yellow

A stunning primrose yellow variety of Digitalis producing tall spires hung with eye catching spies of bell like flowers , but inside heavily spotted in a rich maroon. The leaves are narrow and tend to a grey green. 100cm high. June to August.  Best suited to a shady spot, but will thrive in most soils. Freely self-seeding year after year. Stunning at the back of a border or in any shady corner.

CAUTION: All parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested.

Cultivation advice Digitalis /Foxglove – Primrose Yellow

  • Sow undercover: March to May or Sow directly outdoors in  May to June or September to October
  • Sow under cover in good free draining seed compost, just covering the seed with compost.
  • Germination usually takes 10-21 days at 13-15 C (55-60 F).
  • When the seedlings are large enough to handle transplant into boxes, grow cool and finally plant out 30 cm (12 in) apart in sun or part shade in free draining soil.
  • The easiest method is to sow in late spring/early summer outdoors gently raked into a well prepared seed bed. Transplanted when large enough to final flowering position.
  • <span ‘arial’,’sans-serif’;=”” color:=”” #408641;=”” mso-fareast-font-family:=”” symbol;”=””>The seed can be scattered sparingly for a more natural look, directly into the flowering position although germination is likely to be poorer.