DIGITAILS DALMATION ROSE
Early flowering and fast-growing, award-winning Digitalis purpurea ‘Dalmatian Purple’ (Common Foxglove) is a popular biennial or short-lived perennial, boasting upright spikes of outward-facing, lilac purple flowers with maroon spotted throats. Blooming profusely from early to mid-summer, the plant forms a low rosette of downy, green, oblong leaves and typically blooms in its first year. The flowers are attractive to hummingbirds, which hover near the tubular blossoms, and to birds that flock to the seedheads in the fall. Offering a charming floral display, this eye-catching plant is well-branched and noted for its excellent habit and compact foliage.