Digiplexis Berry Canary

Digiplexis Berry Canary

A breakthrough plant! Exploding on the hort scene is Digiplexis Berry Canary, a brand spanking new plant that is a cross of Perennial Foxglove (Digitalis) and Canary Foxglove (Ixoplexis.) The results are a tropical looking beauty.

Majestic spires adorned with large hooded-foxglove-like flowers in jewel tones of pink with creamy yellow, burgundy speckled throats appear from late spring until frost. Fantastic in the center of containers or on their own. Berry Canary Digiplexis makes specular specimens in the garden. Hummingbirds and butterflies flock to its nectar rich blossoms. It grows easily in full sun to part shade with adequate water. Deer resistant.

Additional Information

Botanical Name

Digiplexis Berry Canary

Common Name

Digiplexis

Bloom Color

Pink

Bloom Time

Late Spring, Summer, Fall

Foliage Color

Green

Light Requirements

Sun

Height

24″

Width

20″

Uses

Beds, Butterflies, Containers, Cut Flower, Hummingbirds

Resistance

Deer

Soil

Average

Water Needs

Average, Consistent

Plant Type

Annual