Camelot® Lavender Digitalis Plants produce lovely bell-like, lavender blossoms with white-accented burgundy speckles down each throat. Unlike other foxglove varieties, Camelot forms flowers all the way around the sturdy flower stalks. Foxgloves grow best in moist, well-drained soils. They can be grown in full sun in the north but prefer afternoon shade in southern gardens. The Camelot variety is known to re-bloom when cut back. Candy Lavender is a biennial, so it will need to self-seed after the second year to continue growing. Digitalis plants are attractive to hummingbirds and bumblebees and make striking cut flowers. Deer and rabbits tend to avoid them.
Companion Planting: Astilbe, Aquilegia, Dicentra, Ferns, Hosta, Iris
"Foxgloves safe and healthy"
Page Barker on 9/6/2021 3:35:26 PM
Comment: I ordered a total of 3 plants and they all arrived safe and packaged very well. This isn't my first time to order from Growjoy, nor will it be my last! I got them in the ground already, they are doing great and one has already started to bloom!
Kathryn F on 5/8/2015 11:25:32 AM
Comment: Beautiful condition, great phone support and they always stand behind their product. We'll be repeat customers for sure! Thanks guys!
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