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Foxglove Apricot & Peaches is a modern digitalis variety of foxglove specifically bred to produce spectacularly bright and long lasting flower spikes. The flowers of this premium variety are in copper orange tones with the classic speckled throats on the inside of the tubular flowers. Foxglove Apricot & Peaches is a semi-dwarf variety which means that it will grow to about 1m to the top of the flower spikes, but will not grow much larger like many of the traditional species varieties commonly grown in cottage gardens. Foxglove Apricot & Peaches is a semi-hardy perennial which means provided it can be kept sheltered away from frosts during winter, it will generally come back the second year (as a biennial) in Spring and produce an even more spectacular crop of flowers through to early summer. Foxglove Apricot & Peaches is one of the most popular of all the foxglove varieties as it is a very strong garden performer, flowers extremely heavily, requires very little maintenance and is very resilient towards many common pests and diseases. Like all foxglove varieties, Foxglove Apricot & Peaches is poisonous and should not be planted in areas where children of animals are likely to attempt to consume any part of the plant and or its flowers.
Advantages of Foxglove Apricot & Peaches
Profuse flowering with flower spikes suitable as cut-flowers
Brightly coloured flowers in spectacular tones of copper orange
Semi-hardy perennial means you should get more than a single season of flowers
Extra-low maintenance (suitable for borders, pots and mass plantings)
80 - 100cm height at maturity
25 - 30cm apart is suitable planting distance
Flowers from late winter through to early summer
Suitable for part-shade and full sun
Suitable for pots and will grow in most regions of Australia
Seed Sowing Instructions
Easy to follow seed propagation notes are provided with every seed purchase
Seeds of this variety are best started in seed raising mix or Jiffy® pellets before planting into the garden