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WANTED: Pink or Red Hardy Foxglove

Posted by rustygatefarm z6 NJ (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 12, 06 at 16:14

Hi - I am meeting the challenge of flower gardening in deer country and foxglove is one of the plants that I have great success with. However - the only varieties that return each year are a nice pale yellow with a good sized flower and a pretty boring white one with tiny flowers. I have spent so much money on other varieties of foxglove that may flower when I plant them but then are never seen again. Does anyone have nice color foxglove that will survive zone 6? I have plenty yellow and white for trade.
Janet (of Rusty Gate Farm)

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