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Reblooming foxglove hybrid puts on a non-stop show.
Let the blooms begin! Flowering feverishly from spring right through hard frost, ‘Illumination Raspberry’ provides seasons of sheer pleasure. Shrubby foxglove hybrid puts on a non-stop show of spectacular spikes of bold raspberry-pink flowers. Clump-forming, well-branched sterile plants make a vivid impression massed in the sunny border or blazing in a patio container. First-rate cut flowers.
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My experience in Maryland ...I'm right on the border between zones within my state. I am hoping this plant survives as a perennial, but it may not. I planted it as an experiment. First year's growth was fairly unimpressive. I bought 3 plants, and 2 of the 3 bloomed once. Total height never reached more than about 10 inches. Flower spike was much shorter than catalog photo, although very pretty. Better color and shading than Burpee photo. Now, if this plant survives my winter, it may well prove to be wonderful, grow taller and produce more flowers. So I am withholding full judgment.