Digitalis thapsi (Spanish Peaks/Fingerhut Foxglove)
Digitalis thapsi (Spanish Peaks/Fingerhut Foxglove), a perennial foxglove that is native to Portugal and Spain, grows to about two and a half feet. Its branched yellow stems hold large, nodding pink flowers that are white inside, and flowers and foliage are dotted with yellow glandular hairs, lending a soft appearance. Digitalis thapsi is similar to Digitalis purpurea in appearance but is somewhat shorter and often blooms the first year. Give this perennial foxglove full sun/part shade in Zones 4-10. Quarts.