Foxglove, 'Wild Cascades'

(Digitalis purpurea) These beautiful flowers come to you from the wilds of Whatcom County! The white and pink foxgloves with spotted throats that dot the hills and roadsides and rush to fill in otherwise vacant and recently cleared land could be yours. Long-lasting showy perennials and one of the first flowers to look forward to in early summer. If you do not already have hummingbirds visiting your garden, these beauties will lure them in to stay. Blooms second year. Please remember that All parts of this plant are a potent herb and poisonous if incorrectly ingested! (photo: Brett Cole)
Biennial. UO

Packet: 250 seeds

Product Code: FOX-WC-pkt

Availability:In stock

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Growing Info


Sow indoors 10-12 weeks before your last frost.

Transplant after last frost.

Note: Will self-seed so cut spent blooms before they drop seed if this is a worry. We have not found them to be aggressive. 


Barely cover as light aids germination.




14-21 days @ soil temp 65-70F


Full sun to mostly shade


Average. Prefers well-drained, and evenly moist soil.


While not absolutely necessary, you may provide staking or netting to keep them upright and tidy.

Rabbit and Deer resistant.

Pollinator attractor!

Cut when only a very few flowers are open and expect a vase life of 7-10 days.