Also known as
Grecian Foxglove, Austrian Digitalis, Digitalis, Woolly Digitalis, Foxglove
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5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Woolly Foxglove Overview
A clump-forming biennial or short-lived perennial. Produces flowers in mid to late summer on stems up to 60cm tall in pale cream to brown, finely veined with brown inside and a lighter cream lower lip. Cut flowering stems down to the ground after spring flowering to encourage secondary spikes.
Common problems with Woolly Foxglove
How to propagate Woolly Foxglove
Propagate from seed in autumn.
Division; they self-seed readily.
Special features of Woolly Foxglove
Attracts useful insects
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