Digiplexis Berry Canary

An extremely showy English foxglove. Tall spikes are loaded with raspberry-pink flowers from late winter through to autumn, a striking addition to the courtyard or garden.

Botanical NameDigitalis purpurea x Isoplexis canariensis
Common NameBerry Canary
Key FeaturesHoney eating birds, bees and insects are attracted to the flower making another real benefit for these plants in your garden.
SizeFoliage growing to 80cm x 60cm with flower stems up to 90cm tall.
PositionSelect a location with nutrient rich free draining soil, protected from wind. Tolerant of full sun and frost.
DescriptionTall spikes are loaded with raspberry-pink flowers.
Cultural NotesA compact and hardy foxglove with berry pink flowers. Rosettes of neat green foliage; freely-branching habit.
Landscape IdeasA spectacular plant for containers, borders, lining garden beds and pathways. Attracts pollinators to the garden, cut flowers are stunning used in floristry arrangements.
Water RequirementsLow – medium
  • Easy to grow
  • Full Sun