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Digitalis x mertonensis

Digitalis x mertonensis - A Majestic and Eye-Catching Perennial Digitalis x mertonensis, commonly known as Strawberry Foxglove, is a majestic and eye-catching perennial that adds a splash of colour and height to any garden. Known for its striking strawberry-pink, tubular flowers, this plant is perfect for borders, woodland gardens, and cottage gardens. Digitalis x mertonensis brings both beauty and elegance to various garden settings. The standout feature of Digitalis x mertonensis is its tall flower spikes adorned with numerous strawberry-pink, tubular blooms. These flowers appear from early to mid-summer, creating a stunning display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The blooms rise above the green, lance-shaped foliage, adding vertical interest and a touch of elegance to garden beds and borders. Caring for Digitalis x mertonensis is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant Strawberry Foxglove in well-drained, moderately fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, remove spent flowers. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and stunning strawberry-pink flowers, Digitalis x mertonensis is a wonderful addition to any garden, providing height, vibrant colour, and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the summer. Note: Digitalis plants contain compounds that can be toxic if ingested. Handle with care and keep away from pets and children. Common Name: Strawberry FoxgloveLatin Name: Digitalis x mertonensisSoil: Well-drained, moderately fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Early to mid-summer; strawberry-pink, tubular flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-90 cm height; 45-60 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, elegant flower spikes; excellent for borders, woodland gardens, and cottage gardens

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