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Foxglove: the tall spires of a stand of foxglove, rising up in the garden in early summer, is a sight to behold. Most are biennials, that is, they need two years to bloom and then die in the fall. But if you can get a stand going, they'll reseed so prolifically it will seem they're perennials. Grows 1-5' tall in part shade. Zones 3-8
Columnar perennials with large, bell-shaped flowers opening from bottom to top, foxgloves are garden classics that bloom at about the same time as roses. Size varies with growing conditions and plant species, but many grow four to six feet tall, with flowers two to three inches long.
Foxglove - Candy Mountain Mature Height 3 to 4 feet Mature Spread 1 to 2 feet Soil Type Widely adaptable Moisture Moderate Mature Form Upright Growth Rate Moderate Sun Exposure Full sun to partial shade Flower Color Pink Fall Color N/A Foliage Color Green Zones 4-9 From Nature Hills Nursery