South African foxglove (Ceratotheca triloba) produces spikes of tubular, light purple flowers from midsummer to frost. In some spots, the plants will stay a tidy 2 to 3 feet tall; in other places, they’ll top out at 4 to 6 feet. (It’s hard to predict how they will perform in your particular conditions until you try them.) Either way, they can work beautifully as accent plants in mixed borders, add height to annual flower beds, and look charming in cottage-style gardens. 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.