Oh, the elegance of white common foxglove (Digitalis purpurea f. alba, f. albiflora, or ‘Alba’), with its tall stems lined with crisp white bells. A biennial, it produces a broad foliage rosette the first year, sending up the 3- to 5-foot-tall flowering stems in late spring to early summer. The parent plants were growing by themselves (none of the usual pink form around), so I expect all of the seedlings from these seeds should be white too, but you never know. Let the seeds mature on the plants so they can self-sow, or cut off the flowering stems as soon as the blooms are finished, which may get you an another show of flowers the following year. Full sun to partial shade. Biennial; Zones 4 to 8.
Harvested in August 2020. At least 30 seeds.