Foxglove is a lovely plant that grows can grow to be up to five feet tall, which will make them a great addition to any garden, especially since they attract hummingbirds as well.
Most varieties are simple to grow, and they will produce tubular blooms late in the spring of the year.
In total, there are 117 different varieties of this plant that you can find. In this guide, we are going to take a look at some of my favorite types of foxglove so that you can determine which option will grow best in your garden. Of course, we are not going to cover all of the varieties in this guide, but if you like foxglove plants, it will give you a place to start your garden.
This is a beautiful plant that has creates perfect blooms that are a soft peach color. They are a great plant if you want to attract pollinators to your garden, especially bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. They grow in zones three to nine, and they can grow to be up to four feet tall.
This is a variation that can grow to be up to four feet in height. It will do best in zones four through eight, and during the months of June and July, beautiful white, cream, rose, and lavender blooms will start to appear. They also have a widespread, and most plants can have a width of at least 30 inches.
This is a spectacular looking flower that is a dark purple coloration. The petals on this variety of foxglove plants are much larger than some, and the ring inside of the bloom is actually a shade lighter than the outside. This plant can be found in zones four through nine, and it will bloom its heaviest during the second year of growth.
Dalmatian Crème Hybrid
This is a variation that will create cream-colored blooms that have purple spots in the inside of the petals. This is a plant that is commonly seen growing in zones four through nine, and it prefers to grow in rich soil and a lot of sun. This plant also does well in its second year of growth.
Dalmatian Peach Hybrid
This is a plant with light, peach-colored blooms that will grow quite well during the first year of growth. It can grow to be up to three feet tall, and with the right care, it will bloom in the late spring of the year. It can be found in zones five through nine, and it is a plant that will attract hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies.
Dalmatian Purple Hybrid
If you need purple flowers for your outdoor space, then this is the ideal variety of foxglove for you to try. The bloom is deep purple, and inside, there will be small white specs. In general, the plants can grow to be about three feet tall, and they will grow well in zones four to nine.
Dusky Maid Sunset
If you like the way a foxglove plant looks, but you want a smaller variety, then this is the option to consider. It is found growing in zones five through nine, and they typically only grow to be a foot or two tall. With blooms that are red, burnt orange, and amber, this is a variety of foxglove that is going to stand out.
If you are looking for a unique variety of foxglove, then this is a stunning option to try. This flower creates blooms that are pastel colors like pink, lavender, and white. They are perfect for attracting hummingbirds and other pollinators to your garden, and they can grow to be six feet tall, especially when planted in a group of three to four.
Giant Yellow Herod
This is a unique foxglove plant that can grow in zones three through eight. It has yellow blooms that are almost the color of Dijon mustard, and when they are fully grown, they can get to be at least six feet in height. It blooms in June and July, and the interior of the bloom looks slightly rusty in color.
This dark-leaved variety has chocolate colored blooms that it produces during the summer months of the year. This is a smaller foxglove that only grows to be about two feet tall, and it can be seen growing in zones four through nine. They do best in full sun conditions.
This is a unique foxglove variation that produces split flowers that are white with burgundy spots on the interior. This is a plant that can grow to be four feet in height, and it will bloom in the spring and summer of the year. It’s a plant that will grow best in zones four to 10.
This is a stunning type of foxglove that can be grown in zones four to 10. The flowers, which bloom from the spring until the fall, are soft pink on the exterior and an even lighter pink with spots on the inside. This is a great option to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden.
This is a variation that blooms late in the spring of the year. It does best in zones four to eight. With the right care, these can grow to be nearly three feet in height. They are a plant that prefers full sun, but they will also do well growing in partial shade.
This is a unique plant that produced blooms that are white. There are no spots on the interior of these blooms, which will start to be seen in the spring of the year. Typically, these do not bloom during their first year of growth very well, but in zones four through nine, they will thrive during their second year.
This is a plant that can grow to be nearly four feet in height. The blooms, which will appear in early summer, will be a pinkish, purple color with dark wine colored specs on the inside. It grows best in hardiness zones four to nine, and it will do well in full sun conditions.