Foxglove cross with luminous reddish-orange flowers is a marvel of color and shape.
Welcome a new dimension in the land of flowers. Like a foxglove from a particularly lovely dream, this cross of digitalis (foxglove) and isoplexis (a foxglove cousin), is a marvel of color and shape. Blooming from summer to fall, heavily-branched, densely-packed plants are arrayed with luminous reddish-orange, tubular flowers with yellow throats. Sterile blossoms and side-branching ensure a long bloom time. Tall 36” plants have dark-green digitalis foliage. Full sun to part shade.
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Digiplexis, Illumination Flame is rated
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Rated 4 out of
foxgloves are biennialI have grown foxgloves for years.foxgloves are biennial plants.they will not bloom the first year after being grown from seed,unless they are stated hybrid cultivar.they will usually bloom the following season.
Date published: 2016-02-24
Rated 1 out of
Sadly, no flowersCan't begin to tell you how excited I was last year when I read about 'Digiplexis, Illumination Flame.' I purchased about 9 of these plants in total. Most were planted in the ground and there were a few in big pots.
There wasn't a single flower on all these plants.
The plants that were planted in the ground looked great and they are nice plants but....
Didn't get any flowers.
Burpee issued a refund, which I appreciated very much.
Hope everybody else has better luck.