This Yellow Foxglove Digitalis Lutea is a hardy perennial and the clumps grow bigger and stronger each year. They are useful plants in sun or shade and reproduce from seed or the clump can be split. Foxgloves are species of Digitalis and most Foxgloves are biennial plants.
The tubular yellow flowers of Digitalis Lutea are plentiful and long lasting. The flowers are on shorter stems (up to 36 inches) than other Foxgloves and are easier to control in a garden setting.
Digitalis Lutea is recommended as a useful plant to grow in a mixed border
- Royal Horticultural Society RHS ‘Gardening for All’
- National Council for Conservation of Plants and Gardens ‘Conservation through Cultivation.’
- Garden Organic National Charity for Organic Gardening.
- BBC Gardening