Foxglove ‘Polkadot Polly’
Polkadot Polly bears stalks of speckled peachy/apricot colored flowers for months beginning in mid spring.
This foxglove flowers from the bottom up, and can eventually reach 2-3 feet high, but tends to bend over at that height. The main stem can be trimmed when this occurs; forcing smaller side branches grow out and flower.
The foliage is quite attractive too, forming a 2 foot wide rosette of dark green leaves, particularly in the cooler seasons.
Likes full sun or part shade. Hardy in zones 4-9.
Drought,deer and rabbit resistant.