Digitalis grandiflora is a herbaceous perennial, with evergreen foliage. Easy to grow, it produces tall spires of pale yellow, tubular flowers. Cut to the ground after flowering, or leave some spikes standing so that you can collect and sow seeds in July. Like most foxgloves, Digitalis grandiflora is perfect for growing in cottage garden s and Woodland planting scheme, particularly towards the back of a border. Foxgloves are native wildflowers and are a magnet for bees and other beneficial pollinating insects, they’re perfect for a wildlife or woodland garden.