A breeding breakthrough, Digiplexis is a cross between digitalis and a Mediterranean shrub isoplexis. This new hybrid brings foxglove blooms that last for several months as opposed to a few weeks!
Grown as a perennial in zones 8-11, Digiplexis can be used as an annual or tender perennial in cooler climates making a stunning addition to mixed borders or containers. This beauty attracts hummingbirds and butterflies, but resists deer and rabbits and requires full to part sun and well-drained soil. Discover why this plant caused such a stir in the horticulture world and plant some in your garden!