[Digitalis minor] Dwarf Spanish Foxglove (dig-ee-TAH-liss) Plantaginaceaea:
A foxglove that grows around 12 to 15 inches tall with sift lavandure-pink flowers. A short lived perennial species.
Digitalis dubia flowers in late spring or early summer but with deadheading plants can flower untill fall. Plants are drough tolerant and prefes a little shade in the afternoon, but do well in full sun. Flowers the secound year and for a few more years after that.
Zones - Hardy down to 10F.
Native to the Balearic Islands, which are off the eastern coast of Spain.
Surface sow the seeds, germination is best in light.