History and Origin:
Digiplexis is a foxglove hybrid, a cross between the common foxglove Digitalis purpurea and the Canary Island foxglove Isoplexis canariensis, hence the name Digiplexis as this combines both the parent names. Digiplexis was first introduced in 2013 and received many awards in its first year.
Digiplexis is loved for its exotic, bright and almost rainbow-coloured flowers that appear on tall flower spikes in summer and autumn, much longer than your typical foxglove and has a bushy habit. It is well-suited to a cottage garden and the bees and butterflies love the blooms.
Grows; 0.6m ht x 0.75m sp