White South African foxglove (Ceratotheca triloba ‘Alba’) produces tubular, bright white flowers from midsummer to frost along the upper half of the stems. In some conditions, the plants stay a compact 2 to 3 feet tall; in other spots, they can reach 4 to 6 feet. They look right at home in a cottage-style garden or a mixed border among perennials and shrubs, offering the elegant look of a true foxglove for many months. Full sun to light shade. Grown as an annual in most areas (perennial in Zones 9 and 10).
Harvested in September and October 2020. At least 20 seeds.