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  1. Each orchid like flower of Digitalis ferruginea has an interior of rich red to dark brown veins

    Digitalis ferruginea 'Gigantea'

    Perennial Foxglove, Rusty Foxglove
    €2.34
    Digitalis ferruginea 'Gigantea' is an interesting and exotic looking foxglove and a native of the northern Mediterranean. With elegant, leafy spires and closely packed golden blooms, each orchid-like flower has an interior of rich red to dark brown veins with fine soft hairs on the tips.
  2. Extremely hardy, Digitalis grandiflora is one of the toughest and best performers of all the foxgloves.

    Digitalis grandiflora

    Syn: Digitalis ambigua. Perennial Foxglove
    €1.98
    Digitalis grandiflora is one of the few truly perennial foxgloves. Extremely hardy and one of the best performers. Bearing upright stalks of beautiful creamy-yellow bells through the summer, the lovely soft shade allows this plant to blend with almost anything in the garden.
  3. Digitalis lanata has a beautiful colouration. This unusual foxglove is well-worth trying in a shady spot in the garden.

    Digitalis lanata 'Café Crème'

    Grecian, Woolly, Perennial Foxglove
    €2.34
    Digitalis lanata has a beautiful 'Coffee and Cream' colouration, from late spring to mid summer it produces spikes of densely packed, fawn-coloured flowers each with a pearl coloured lower lip. Each of the blooms is delicately patterned with dark brown veins.
  4. Digitalis lutea prefers semi-shade and will cope in full sun if the soil is moist.

    Digitalis lutea 'Small Yellow Foxglove'

    Small Foxglove, Straw Foxglove
    €1.74
    Digitalis lutea is a quite a different species to the traditional cultivated foxglove, with delicate small flowers; it is an easily grown plant that is reliably perennial. It bears delicate pale cream-yellow tubular flowers and grows to just 60cm in height. This delicate foxglove is a charming beauty wherever it is planted.
  5. This striking plant is a hybrid between the pink flowered D. purpurea and the yellow flowered D. grandiflora.
    €1.98
    This striking and robust foxglove, a hybrid between the pink flowered D. purpurea and the yellow flowered D. grandiflora produces a beautiful mix of the two shades. Warm pink, speckled flowers that are larger than the traditional foxglove.
  6. Digitalis obscura 'Sunset Foxglove'

    Digitalis obscura 'Sunset Foxglove'

    Dwarf Perennial Foxglove, Willow Leaf Foxglove
    €2.70

    This rare and lovely foxglove from Spain is one of the very best in cultivation. Digitalis obscura, the Sunset Foxglove blooms from late spring to mid-summer with striking bell-shaped blooms in all the colours of the sunset. Rusty orange and amber with interior red veining and spotting.

  7. An aristocrat from Spain with densely packed spikes of cylindrical small chocolate funnels above dark green coloured glossy leaves.
    €2.34
    An aristocrat from Spain with densely packed spikes of cylindrical small chocolate funnels above dark green, rich foliage. Digitalis parviflora is a plant that will stop viewers in their tracks and have them enquiring its identity.
  8. Digitalis are handsome and easy if watered well in dry weather, and look spectacular at the back of a border.

    Digitalis purpurea

    Native Pink Foxglove
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: €1.14

    This lovely native European woodland plant is a beauty to add to any garden and a popular biennial for shaded places. Plants form rosettes of lance shaped leaves, the second year the rosette begins to shoot skyward with beautiful large spikes and drooping bell shaped blooms that are spotted inside.

  9. Introduced in 1992, this most unusual and sought after colour makes an excellent companion for plants with dark plum foliage or flowers.

    Digitalis purpurea 'Apricot'

    Aka Suttons Apricot, Apricot Delight, Apricot Beauty Foxglove
    €1.98

    This outstanding variety produces large spikes of the most beautiful shade of coral / apricot. Introduced in 1992, one of its greatest assets is the ability to mingle, a quality particularly important in contemporary gardens where the accent is on informality.

  10. Digitalis “Elsey Kelsey” is one of the best new foxgloves found in recent years.

    Digitalis purpurea 'Elsey Kelsey'

    Foxglove. Aka Pam's Choice
    €2.10
    Digitalis 'Elsey Kelsey' is one of the best new foxgloves found in recent years. Their elegant upright habit, long spikes of flowers and their heavenly white bell shaped flowers with densely speckled throats of deep maroon-purple make impressive features in the garden.
  11. One of the most elegant dwarf Foxgloves, Digitalis 'Snow Thimble' is easy to place in the garden border
    €2.22

    Digitalis purpurea 'Snow Thimble' is bred for its large pure-white, bell-shaped blooms, born on short spikes only 100cm tall. It is one of the most elegant dwarf Foxgloves, easy to place in the garden it is especially suited to cottage gardens, shade gardens, wildflower and cutting gardens.

  12. Pure white foxgloves are a supremely elegant plant.

    Digitalis purpurea f. albiflora.

    Pure White Foxglove
    €1.50
    The pure unadulterated white form of this English woodlander. Grown as a single colour in a perennial bed they are outstanding for their simplicity alone. Pure white foxgloves are a supremely elegant plant, they lighten up those shaded corners, giving a sense of depth and interest to an otherwise dark area.
  13. Digitalis purpurea heywoodii 'Silver Fox' is an elegant and rare foxglove that is ideal for borders or containers.
    €2.70

    Digitalis 'Silver Fox' is one of the most beautiful dwarf Foxgloves for the cottage garden and border. Growing to just 60 to 70cm tall, the creamy-white speckled bells are flushed with soft lavender-pink. An elegant and rare foxglove that is ideal for borders or containers.

  14. Digitalis purpurea 'Gloxiniaeflora' is an outstanding and unusual strain of Foxglove.
    €2.22
    Digitalis purpurea var gloxinioides is an outstanding and unusual strain of Foxglove. Resembling the Gloxinia plant, the open flowers are tubular, each with frilled edges. With tall dense spikes of blooms, they are held horizontally and display the heavily spotted throat markings to better advantage.
  15. Teasel Blooms

    Dipsacus sativus fullonum

    Fuller’s Teasel, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.62

    Fullers Teasel a sub-species of the common teasel. The bristly flower heads were cultivated, matured and dried. Inserted into wooden frames, they were used to bulk up the pile on woolen cloth. The variant name 'fullonum' refers to the name of the trade of the 'fullers' to raise the nap on woolen cloth - to 'tease' it. Teasel is still used today by some who weave wool by hand.

  16. Teasel Blooms

    Dipsacus sativus fullonum, Organic

    Fuller’s Teasel, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.10

    Out of stock

    Fullers Teasel is perfect for attracting wildlife to your garden, especially bees and butterflies while birds love to feed on the seed. It is unique in the plant world in the way in which it blooms: purple-pink flowers form first in a ring around the middle of the head, it grows in width over a few days. Organic Seed.
  17. Dipsacus sativus sylvestris

    Dipsacus sativus sylvestris

    Common Teasel, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    The wildflower, Teasel can grow to six feet tall and is an architectural wonder when in full bloom. It is primarily a native of roadsides, rough pastures and rural fields. Perfect for attracting wildlife to your garden, especially bees and butterflies and is famously associated with small birds, especially goldfinches, who love to feed on the seed.

  18. Dodecatheon meadia 'Shooting Star'
    €2.34

    Out of stock

    Dodecatheon is a member of the primula family and a relative of the Cyclamen. It enjoys sun or partial shade and lend themselves to woodland environments, softening the under story with its delicately perfect blooms. Propagation by seed is surprisingly easy. A reliable bloomer and an easy keeper.
  19. Eccremocarpus scaber is a fast growing evergreen perennial vine. An exotic-looking climber with dark fern-like foliage

    Eccremocarpus scaber

    Chilean Glory Flower
    €1.74

    Out of stock

    The Chilean glory flower is an exotic-looking climber with dark fern-like foliage and twining tendrils that cling to fences and trellises.This useful climbing plant will quickly cover walls, archways or pergolas. The clusters of small tubular flowers range from bright orange-scarlet and carmine rose to clear golden yellow.
  20. For gardeners Echinacea purpurea is one of the most versatile perennials for the garden.

    Echinacea purpurea

    Purple Cone Flower

    Starting at: €1.50

    Echinacea purpurea is one of the most versatile perennials for the garden. Flowering from early July right through to September, it is sturdy and self-supporting, hardy and easy to grow, undemanding and suitable for both the formal border and the meadow look.

  21.  Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan' is a particularly striking dancer in the garden ballet.

    Echinacea purpurea var. 'White Swan'

    White Cone Flower or Coneflower

    Starting at: €1.50

    Out of stock

    Every garden needs a number of bomb-proof plants that flower over an extended period, need little attention, are attractive to bees and butterflies, are suitable for cutting and drying, and blend happily with almost anything. Echinacea 'White Swan' is a particularly striking dancer in the garden ballet.

  22. In summer Echium plantagineum bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, violet-blue flowers.
    In summer Echium plantagineum bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, violet-blue flowers. Compact and bushy and growing to only 30cm tall, they are rich in nectar and pollen and are ideal for attracting butterflies and bees. RHS AGM.
  23. In summer Echium 'Pink Bedder' bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, rosy-pink flowers.

    Echium plantagineum 'Pink Bedder' is a companion plant to the original 'Blue Bedder'. The blooms are rich in nectar and pollen, use in the border or as part of wildlife friendly planting schemes. The plant repeat blooms throughout the summer into autumn, providing nectar for bees for overwintering.

  24. In summer Echium 'White Bedder' bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, pure white flowers.

    If you don’t want plants that honeybees simply visit, but want to select plants that honeybees clearly love, choose Echium for your garden. Echium 'White Bedder' bears the most beautiful dense spikes of exquisite, pure white flowers. Make successive sowings for continuous flowering throughout the summer.

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