Digiplexis Rising Phoenix

Digiplexis  di-gi-PLEX-is

Rising Phoenix: Deep raspberry pink flowers have light peach interiors and held on dark stems. A bushy rosette of dark green, glossy foliage forms around the base of the flower spike. This tropical looking beauty is one the longest blooming plants we offer, blooming strong from late spring to frost.

Full Sun

Height: 32-36″/Spread: 20-24″             

Summer to Fall

Size Available: 2-Gal

Description

Digiplexis  di-gi-PLEX-is

Digiplexis is a hybrid plant cross between a foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) and Canary Island foxglove (Isoplexis canariensis). It is important to note that these hybrids are only hardy to zone 7 so we use them as a long-blooming annual in Northern climates. The plants are sterile so they continue to bloom as they won’t put energy in to seed production. Reaching heights around 36″ and a width of 18″, these are excellent in the full-sun border. They will tolerate part-shade but full-sun in moist, well-drained soils. Once they start blooming, they simply keep going. They also attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.