Digiplexis Flamingo

A wonderful showy English foxglove. Tall spikes are loaded with rose-pink flowers from late winter through to autumn. Flamingo displays a densely branched habit with open-faced and self-cleaning flowers, a stunning addition to the courtyard or garden.

Botanical NameDigitalis purpurea x Isoplexis canariensis Flamingo
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.
SizeHeight 50cm x Width 50 cm with flower stems up to 90cm Tall.
PositionFull Sun
DescriptionTall spikes are loaded with raspberry-pink flowers.
Cultural NotesAttracts pollinators to the garden; cut flowers are stunning used in floristry arrangements.
Landscape IdeasGreat for pots.
Water RequirementsLow – medium
  • Easy to grow
  • Full Sun