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Digitalis purpurea ‘Candy Mountain Peach’    

Peach-tinted flowers turn lilac with maturity and have interesting cream-burgundy spotting. 

    Common Name:Foxglove
    Hardiness Zones:4 - 8
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in moist, well drained, high in organic soil.

About Candy Mountain Series: This exciting series continues the legacy of the popular D. 'Candy Mountain', the first Digitalis with upward-facing flowers. Has the same unique up-facing flowers but now with additional color options! Passers-by have even more reason now to stop and gaze at the beautiful detail in the blooms! Flowers bloom on straight, sturdy stems late May-Aug. A magnificent architectural element to add to the garden. Grows to 36-48" tall and 18-24" wide. Biennial.The elegant and showy flower spires of Digitalis come in a wide range of colors, making these old fashioned flowers a seasonal favorite. Good for most garden sites. Makes an excellent cut flower. Attracts hummingbirds.