Foxgloves are cottage garden stalwarts. They bloom magnificently, late in the season, bringing height and colour to your beds. They look best grouped toward the middle or back of a bed, where their upright stems of blossoms add stunning colour and an air of decadence.


Digiplexis Foxgloves are an exciting breeding breakthrough. The result of crossing of Isoplexis (in the same genus – Scrophulariaceae) with a Digitalis to come up with a whole new plant! Colloquially known as Digiplexis, it is most definitely garden worthy. They will perennialise, product lasting, sterile flowers in illuminating colours.


These durable garden or container plants add a nice vertical element to your display. They bloom for a month or more and are great for picking.