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Digitalis purpurea Dalmatian White, commonly known as Foxglove, is a stunning and unique perennial plant that is loved for its tall spires of pure white flowers with a spotted throat. It is a cultivar of the species Digitalis purpurea and was introduced in 2012.
The plant grows to a height of 18-24 inches and a spread of 12-18 inches, making it an excellent choice for borders, cottage gardens, and containers. The flowers are a crisp, clean white color with a spotted throat, and they bloom on tall, sturdy stems that are perfect for cutting and displaying in a vase.
One of the main attractions of Digitalis purpurea Dalmatian White is its long blooming period. The plant blooms for several weeks in late spring to early summer, providing a steady stream of color to the garden. It is also a hardy and reliable plant that is easy to care for.
The plant prefers partial to full shade and moist, well-draining soil. It is hardy in USDA zones 4-8 and can tolerate temperatures as low as -30°F. It is also deer-resistant, making it an excellent choice for gardens located in areas with high deer populations.
Overall, Digitalis purpurea Dalmatian White is a beautiful and unique plant that is sure to add charm and beauty to any garden or landscape. Its tall spires of pure white flowers with a spotted throat, long blooming period, and reliability make it an excellent choice for both novice and experienced gardeners who are looking for a stunning and low maintenance addition to their garden.
Bloom Time June-July