Two years ago, I scattered seed from the foxgloves in my dad's garden in Scotland over my Spanish garden, and was disappointed when none came up.
|Foxglove among the Love-in-a-Mist, Costa Blanca, Spain|
It seems to be of a lower height than it's parents, but that could be growth stunt due to lack of rain during its dormancy period, or something.
Hopefully in future years I will have many more as foxgloves tend to self-seed profusely.
The Love-in-a-Mist is flowering wonderfully again.
Every year they spread and put on a superb display here in the land of a heat, sun, drought and poor alkaline soils.