Strawberry FoxgloveDigitalis mertonensis 2-4' tall. Also called Digitalis x fulva.
Copper-tinged strawberry-rose 2½" pendulous bell-shaped flowers with pink-and-white spotted throats form along stately spires above basal rosettes of deep green velvet foliage.
Flowers June through August. Good for cutting or the naturalized border. The hardiest foxglove for northern gardens. Considered perennial but is best treated as biennial. Spread out the seedlings as they appear and a glorious patch will result in a few years.
Plant 12-24" apart in moist slightly acid soil in full sun to part shade. Caution: all parts of the plant are poisonous; wash hands after handling. Z3. (3½" plug stock)
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