5 years to reach maturity
Canary Island Foxglove Overview
This is showy species. It is an upright shrub which will grow to about 1.5m tall with a similar spread as it matures. The leaves are long and narrow almost leathery and slightly felty in texture. The flowers are produced in spikes of flared tubular blooms, mainly in the summer, and come in shades of orange-yellow through to rusty orange to yellow-brown.
Common problems with Canary Island Foxglove
How to propagate Canary Island Foxglove
You can propagate by seed in the spring.
Semi-ripe cuttings in late summer.
Other uses of Canary Island Foxglove
Grown for their flowers.