Digitalis x Isoplexsis Berry Canary
Digiplexis Digitalis Fox Glove
The English Foxglove is so well known to gardeners everywhere. Now the world of plant breeding has done it again by crossing Digitalis (The English Foxglove) with Isoplexsis which is native to the Canary Islands. The resultant selected plants make up this new combined family, the Digiplexis Illumination series. Flowers are nonstop from spring through to early winter. Berry Canary has large rich dark pink flowers with burgundy and cream speckled throats.
Flowering from early spring, summer, autumn and into early winter. The tall spikes of flower growing up to 1 m high are show stopping.
Grows to 1cm high x 50-80cm wide.
Honey eating birds, bees and insects are attracted to the flower making another real benefit for these plants in your garden. They are just as easy to grow in containers as in garden beds, a real highlight for your garden.
Position - Full sun.
Tip pruning three weeks after planting promotes more flower spikes. Ensure plants are watered well during dry periods and fertilised regularly, particularly during hot and sunny weather.
At a Glance
- Butterfly & bird attracting
- Full sun
- Easy to grow