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Foxglove Dalmatian
Foxglove Dalmatian
Foxglove Dalmatian
Foxglove Dalmatian
Foxglove Dalmatian
Foxglove Dalmatian
Foxglove Dalmatian
Foxglove Dalmatian
Foxglove Dalmatian
Foxglove Dalmatian
Foxglove Dalmatian

Foxglove 'Dalmatian'

Brighten woodland borders with vibrant spires of summer flowers

Grows to
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30 cm
100 cm
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Plant Care Information:

RHS Perfect Pollinators
RHS Perfect Pollinators
Perfect In Pots
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Sunshine
Plant In Sunshine
Winter Hardy
Winter Hardy
Easy To Grow
Easy To Grow
Wildlife Friendly
Wildlife Friendly

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Item: 511553
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Grows to
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100 cm
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  • Welcome summer in style with a woodland-loving Foxglove
  • Mixing and matching bell-shaped flower shades, including pink, cream, purple, and white
  • Scores of blooms grasp on high-rising, rich green spires across many months of summer
  • Whether in a mixed border or a flowerbed, pollinators will make their way to these nectar-rich Foxgloves
  • Supplied as an established plant in a 2L pot, ready for planting
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Introduce a snap of wildness to your garden with the inescapably pretty Foxgloves. A bounty of colours heighten displays and particularly draw the eye in cottage gardens.

Ideal for those gardeners yearning for a fresh take on traditional bedding plants, these Foxgloves rise high on tall stems, offering structural elegance with bell-shaped flowers. Despite looking perfectly at home in a woodland border, this variety boasts a uniform branching habit to become a welcome addition to mixed flowerbeds.

With a calming colour combination of white, pink, cream, and purple blooms, this selection is sure to delight, with rich green lances holding the flowers from the end of spring until the height of summer. Plus, itís not just you and your gardenís guests that will love them, as bees and other beneficial insects flock to the nectar-rich flowers. This variety is even recommended by the RHS as a 'Plant for Pollinators'.

Supplied as an established plant in a 2L pot, ready for planting.

Please note Ė Foxgloves Dalmatians are potentially harmful and toxic if eaten. Gloves and other protective equipment should be worn when handling.

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Item 511553 supplied as:
1 x 2L Pot

Top Tips

Foxgloves thrive and perform best when planted in dappled shade with rich soil conditions, due to their woodland origins.

Care Information

To plant:

  • If planting multiple Foxgloves at one time, space each young plant roughly 30-35cm apart. This allows plenty of room for the leaves to spread.
  • Knock the plant out from its container, then take a look at the roots, if they are circling around the compost, it is best to tease them out. To do this, push your fingers into the rootball along the bottom edge and pull. Do this in a couple of places. This should encourage the roots to spread into the surrounding soil.
  • Next use a trowel or spade to create a hole just deep and wide enough to set in the rootball.
  • When planting, set the crown slightly above the soil level then firm back around the soil, using your hand for small clumps and your heel for larger areas.
  • Water in well to settle the soil and prevent drying out.

Ongoing care:

  • Young Foxgloves should be watered regularly across the first few months. This will help the roots to spread out.
  • Once established, those growing in rich soil should only need watering during dry summer spells. If you notice the leaves are starting to wilt, this is a sign to water!
  • Those in planters will need regular watering through summer, regardless of age. Always aim to keep the surface compost moist, but not waterlogged.
  • When in a poorer quality of soil, apply a balanced granular fertiliser each year, without exceeding packet guidance.

To pruning:

  • Once flowering concludes, cut back old stems from the base. This will avoid energy from being wasted on seed production.
  • Tidy up the plant in early spring by pruning any foliage damaged by winter conditions. Yellowing leaves and old seedheads can be removed at the base.

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100 cm
30 cm
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