A white form of Foxglove with spikes of white spotted flowers in June and July. Plants grow to a height of 1.2 - 2m, and are good for back of borders, wildflower and wooded areas. They attract butterflies and bees into the garden. They make excellent cut flowers. There may be a small number of off-white flowers, and these plants can be removed if not needed.
Foxgloves grow best in part or dappled shade and well-drained soil. Plants will flower in full sun. Protect flower spikes from strong winds.
Pack of approx 1000 small seeds. Sow in spring to summer. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
Caution: The plants are toxic if eaten.
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