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A classic English country garden favourite. A useful garden staple  for shady borders and also looks beautiful as a cut flower.  Will flower in 1st year if sowed early.


When to Sow: Feb-Jun

Sow under glass - Surface sow onto a tray of moist well-drained compost. Lightly press the seeds into the compost to make contact . Do not cover with soil as light is required for germination. Ideal temp. 15-20°C. Transplant seedlings when large enough to handle to individual pots
Sow direct where they are to flower the following year or in a seed bed for transplating later , keep moist until plats establish and thin seedlings to prevent overcrowding.



  • Classification: Biennial/ Perrenial
  • Expert Level: Medium
  • Germination Time: 4-16 Weeks


  • Site: FullSun/ PartSun/ Dappled Shade
  • Soil Type: Will grow in most soils
  • Soil Acidity: All TypesMositure: Well drained
  • Care: May need staking.  Main stems can be pinched for a smaller selection of bouquet sized blooms.
  • Use: Cut Flowers, Garden Borders, Pots
  • Harvesting: Cut when only the bottom few flowers are open.
  • Days to Maturity:  112-140 Days


  • Vase Life: 6-8 Days
  • Height: 50cm
  • Plant Spacing:  25cm

Digitalis (Foxglove) "Dalmation Peach"

  • 235 Seeds per packet Approx

    Please note that the majority of our seeds are packed by volume so the number of seeds indicated is an approximation.

    We make every effort to provide British seeds where possible, but in some cases our British Growers are unable to grow in sufficient quantities to meet our demand or the seeds are subject to Plant breeders' rights which means it is only possible for us to buy these seeds from certain non UK flower farms 

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