A biannual with low, mounding foliage that produces long flower spikes from late spring into late summer. The wide, tubular flowers have speckled throats that attract pollinators and hummingbirds. Makes a great cut flower; allow some flowers to go to seed to allow plants to self-sow in garden soil.
There is also a northwest form of native foxglove that can often be seen blooming at the edge of wooded areas ranging from the Cascade Range to the
Best in full sun or part sun with moist soil, 3-6 feet tall by 2 feet wide; deer & rabbit resistant; use gloves when handling plants – some people find that foliage may irritate their skin.
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