Most foxglove blossoms point down but this one points UP so the beautiful blooms that start peachy and end up dark pink very showy. Foxglove (Digitalis hybrida Candy Mountain) Perennial, Tall 3-4' (Plant 1-2' apart) Bloom Time: Early Summer to Late Summer Sun-Shade: Mostly Sunny to Mostly Shady Zones: 4-9 I started these from seed and I risked planting them (with trepidation) in an area with shade most of the day but hot afternoon sun. They thrived and all of them grew to AT LEAST 4 feet!
Digitalis Snow Thimble - this is perfect for a cottage garden and it's the first pure, snow-white foxglove - deer- and rabbit-resistant, attract birds and hummingbirds, but they are poisonous. Plant care is listed on this post - via Bluestone Perennials
Penstemon digitalis - Beard tongue Missouri native plant White, two-lipped, tubular flowers with the corolla divided into a lower lip with 3 lobes and an upper lip with 2 lobes. Penstemon is sometimes commonly called beard tongue because the sterile stamen has a tuft of small hairs.(5 stamens - four are fertile and one is sterile)
Make your garden an oasis with these plants perfect for a cottage garden! Your front yard or backyard will look like it came from the English countryside with these beautiful plants that are low-maintenance.
Tall flowering plants are an essential element in some styles of gardening and for adding height and colour to the flower border......Hollyhocks, Foxgloves, Delphiniums, Wisteria, Fuschias, Climbing Roses, Allium, Verbena, & Sunflowers will add nice height to your gardens.