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Dalmatian Peach Foxglove
  • Dalmatian Peach Foxglove
  • Dalmatian Peach Foxglove
  • Growing Zones: 4-9
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    Mature Height: 2-3 ft.
    Mature Width: 12-18 in.
    Sunlight: Full - Partial
    Blooms: Early Summer
    Spacing: 12-15 in.
    Botanical: Digitalis Purpurea 'Dalmatian Peach'
    Plant Size 3 inch pot
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Dalmatian Peach Foxglove

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    Spikes of Pastel Peach Flowers – Absolutely Luscious!

    Like Having a Watercolor Painting in Your Garden! 
    Compact Habit Lets it Fit in Anywhere
    Very Vigorous, Producing Lots of Branches and Lots of Flowers
    Luscious New Pastel Peach Color
    Swoon-worthy coloring! The flowers open luscious peach sherbet, and lighten as they mature to creamy peach, so you have spikes of flowers with graduating color going down the stem – like having a watercolor painting in your own garden! Dalmatian Peach is one of the Dalmatian Series, so named because of the intriguing spotting in the throats of all Foxglove blooms.
    These Plants are Bursting with Vigor – and Hummingbirds LOVE these Flowers!
    Due to its strong growth habit, this plant produces lots of stems, so you’ll have lots of blooms brightening your yard for the whole first half of summer. Foxgloves are a favorite with Hummingbirds, so you will be blessed with not only a multitude of gorgeous blooms, but also gorgeous Hummingbirds, when you add Dalmatian Peach in your garden!
    Neat and Compact, so It Needs No Staking
    Only 2 to 2½ feet tall and 1½ feet wide, with stout stems springing up from a neat mound of basal foliage, this is one Foxglove that needs no staking! Its compact size also lets you grow it where older, bigger Foxgloves would never do, so you can enjoy it in the middle of your flowers, rather than relegating it to the back of the bed. 
    Growing Tips:
    Plant in a sunny to partly shaded spot with moist but well-drained soil. Add plenty of humus or compost to the soil when you plant to help both moisture retentiveness and good drainage. This plant is most effective when planted in a group of 3 or more in your yard, and is lovely growing along a fence. It tends to be biennial, so let the seeds fall to ensure future generations.

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