Digitalis (foxglove) seeds
A gorgeous woodland flower perfect for a sunny or shady border. Mine were originally white foxgloves but the seeds are not always true to colour, and they are likely to come out pink (although you might be lucky and get a white one).
Tall slender stems of flowers appear in spring. Low maintenance flowers, great flowers for insects especially bees.
These are biannual flowers which mean if you plant them now, this year, they are unlikely to flower until next year. To keep constant foxgloves in your border, once these have flowered scatter their seeds in late summer/autumn and they should flower the following spring.
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