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Bloom time: Late spring to mid-summer.
Garden lore has it that foxgloves are named for their flowers, which can easily slip onto your finger like the tip of a glove. This genus of biennials originated in Europe, northern Africa, and parts of Asia. In its first year, young plants grow tight rosettes of long oblong leaves. Spikes of purple, pink, white, and yellow blooms shoot up the following spring and early summer. Keep the plants well watered during dry weather - the bigger and healthier they are the first year, the more stunning the display will be when they bloom the following year. Foxgloves will naturalize in Coastal gardens.
Foxglove species are poisonous. The whole plant is toxic to humans, although the smaller upper leaves are particularly potent.
FL2604 A (0.5g) approximately 5000 seeds
FL2604 B (2g) approximately 20000 seeds
FL2604 C (15g) approximately 150000 seeds