One of the neat things about Candy
Mountain Foxglove (pictured to the left) is how busy the flower spikes
are. Unlike most foxgloves, which have flowers on only one side of the
flower spike, Candy Mountain Foxglove flowers completely encircle the
spike. Also, since they are shorter than most Foxgloves, they can be planted
in front of tall plants or in a container.
Foxgloves are a biennial so you
need to plant this year for next years bloom. Which basically means, if you
want to always have blooming Foxgloves, you have to plant new ones
Foxgloves are a great addition to our
English Cottage Garden Six Pack
and are often included in our
English Cottage Garden 36 Pack Assortment.