Get ready to be dazzled by this stunning perennial Foxglove that blooms early and often and won't keep you waiting forever for bloom like some other perennial Foxgloves can. Large, thick, almost felt-like oblong leaves form a fat basal mound of foliage by mid spring. Arising from this mound in late May are thick, substantial flower stalks that are loaded with blunt, fat buds. These buds open in mid June to show off deep lavender-purple flowers with heavily spotted maroon throats that are nothing less than breathtaking. One of the great things about 'Dalmation Purple' is the profuseness of its bloom...it really packs the big blossoms in on its flower stalks and distributes them completely around the stem making them look even more showy. This selection will be a blooming thriller in the garden into July and is a perfect early to mid summer focal point plant for the middle or back of your garden. It loves full sun or partial sun and will thrive in a well drained soil area.
Feed yearly with an organic fertilizer. Thrives in sun or part shade. Perfect for grouping at the back of a garden. Perfect for well-drained soil. Deadhead old blooms when past. Cut back to near ground level in late fall after a hard freeze.