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Digitalis Goldcrest

£20.00 £17.00

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Great for wildlife
June - July
50cm x 50cm
Shade, Sun
Attracts Wildlife
Hardy Biennial

Digitalis Goldcrest is a captivating biennial plant that shines brightly in garden landscapes. This particular foxglove cultivar is known for its unique golden yellow flowers that add a touch of warmth and radiance to any setting. The tall spikes rise above the attractive green foliage, showcasing its abundant clusters of bell-shaped blooms. Its distinctive coloration sets it apart from traditional foxgloves, making it a standout choice for adding a burst of vibrant yellow to flower beds or borders. Digitalis Goldcrest attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies, enhancing the ecological value of the garden. It is a captivating choice for gardeners seeking to infuse their outdoor spaces with a cheerful and luminous floral showcase.

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RHS Plants For Pollinators
RHS Garden Merit Award
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This Digitalis has large, trumpet-shaped blooms in warm yellow and pink, with dark speckling in the throats. Sterile, it doesn’t bear seeds and therefore flowers continuously throughout summer. It’s perfect for growing in a mixed herbaceous border or as part of a container display.

Planting Conditions

Foxgloves grow best in rich soils that are moist, but well-drained and can be grown in sun or partial shade.

Watering & Feeding

During the first year water at least once a week during dry periods, decreasing to every other week once established.

General Care

Removing faded flower spikes during the season may encourage re-blooming, once the plant has completely finished flowering cut the flower spikes back to just above the leaves. Feed in spring with a balanced, slow release fertiliser. Although Foxgloves are short-lived they self-seed creating new plants each year.