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Digitalis 'Strawberry Crush'

Hauser's Superior View Farm Perennials


Digitalis 'Yellow Herald'

Planter's Palette Perennials


Sunny Border Nurseries, Inc. Daylilies


Victoriana Nursery Gardens Fuchsia, 600+ varieties. Also heritage & unusual vegetable plants, seeds, fruit trees & bushes.


Digitalis obscura

Sunnyside Gardens Sunnyside Gardens offers choice perennials for the discerning gardener. We seek out the unusual, hard to find and best quality plants for your garden. Perennials


Digitalis 'Foxy Mix'

Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)

The Foxglove Foxy Mix, 'Digitalis 'Foxy Mix', is a showy and compact perennial that produces an array of pastel blooms. Colors include: pink, pale yellow, purple, white and magenta with marbled markings. The dense spikes produce large tubular


Digitalis 'Giant Shirley mix'

Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)

The Giant Shirley Foxglove Mix, 'Digitalis 'Giant Shirley', contains tall 4' erect plants with elongated, spotted bell-shaped flowers of red, white and pink. Prefers moderately rich soil and self seeds readily. These are showy and compact perennials


Digitalis 'Goldcrest'

Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)

This hybrid is a relatively short, yellow flowering, sterile variety that blooms continuously from midsummer into early fall. Very strong, upright stems carry racemes of yellow-peach flowers with slight reddish brown markings. The dark green,


Digitalis 'Pam's Choice'

Spring Hill Nursery Perennials (1 product)

For a dazzling, early summer display!


Digitalis 'Primrose Carousel'™

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

The first primrose-yellow foxglove, true from seed. Totally unique as it produces large, claret-spotted flowers all around the stem. Plant large drifts in borders for spectacular displays. Seed was first discovered by chance in Suffolk, England by


Digitalis 'Sahara'

Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)

Ususal yellow flowers with bronzy-orange throats. Lance-shaped leaves are finely toothed. A somewhat shorter variety and a very handsome, sturdy plant.


Digitalis p. 'Candy Mountain'

Big Dipper Farm Growers of rare and unusual perennials, shrubs, ferns and herbs. Research over 3,000 plants on our website. (1 product)

A rare first! 'Candy Mountain' is the first foxglove ever to have upward-facing flowers instead of the usual downward-facing ones. With this new angle, one can easily see the beautifully speckled throats of these rose pink blossoms. They are


Digitalis seeds: Camelot Rose F1 Hybrid

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

Digitalis Camelot Rose seed is the first ever F1 Hybrid Foxglove! Spectacular plants that reliably flower in the first year, with another heavy flush of flowers in the second year. Uniform plants with high quality flower spikes in a rich carousel of


Digitalis seeds: purpurea ssp. heywoodii Silver Fox

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)

An elegant Foxglove with rare silver foliage, which comes 99% true from seed. T&M believe that this is the first time such a plant has been introduced to the home gardener! Add to this the many stems of lavender-pink flowers, with a speckled throat,








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