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Foxglove ‘Panther’
(Digitalis)

£20.00

£20.00
Great for wildlife
June - August
100cm x 50cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Attracts Wildlife
Fully Hardy

Foxglove ‘Panther’ boasts deep pink flowers that our team loves for their vibrant colour and shape. This variety has earned the RHS Plants for Pollinators award, attracting bees and butterflies to your garden. Ideal for shaded borders and woodland gardens, ‘Panther’ adds height and drama. We recommend pairing it with Ferns and Hellebores for a stunning, layered effect. Its long blooming period ensures a beautiful display all Summer.

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Description

If you're looking for an eye-catching plant to add height and interest to your garden, then this traditional British wildflower is your go-to-plant to give you incredibly beautiful displays this summer. With their iconic rose-pink tubular flowers with velvety, spotted throats, foxgloves certainly give real impact to any garden. The long-lasting spires of drooping trumpet-shaped flowers are produced in abundance from early June to August.

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 reblooming, 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.