A clump-forming foxglove producing spikes of tubular cream flowers over soft green foliage.
Suitable for: Partial shade in any moist but well-drained soil.
Flowering: Early Summer
Height and Spread: 60cm x 40cm.
Planting: Water pot, leave to drain. Prepare hole large enough to avoid damage to dig moist compost and fertiliser into the planting hole. Remove container, position plant so that it is 15mm below final soil level. Fill with soil mixture, firm in, water well.
Care: Water regularly in the first year until the plant is established. Deadhead after flowering.
Caution: Harmful if eaten.