These foxgloves were an Excelsior mix from SeedParade. You can also get ready-to-go Digitalis Excelsior plants from Gardening Express
We sowed them last summer and planted them out the tail end of last summer into this raised bed.
These foxgloves in the North West Regional College are alive with insects at this time of year....humming with bees amongst others..
The seeds of Foxgloves are tiny...making them fiddly to grow, you just thinly scatter or fine compost and then lightly cover with vermiculite or sieved compost
Go on....give them a go!!