Digitalis grandiflora ‘Dwarf Carillion’


Digitalis grandiflora ‘Dwarf Carillion’ in a 2 litre nursery pot.

Out of Stock

Nationwide Delivery

SKU: 225851 Categories: ,


Foxgloves, also known as Digitalis, are tall and stately biennial plants that add a charming cottage garden feel to any landscape. They produce towering spikes of trumpet-shaped flowers in a range of colors, from soft pinks and creams to deep purples and blues, with spotted or solid throats. Foxgloves pair well with other classic cottage garden plants such as roses, lavender, delphiniums, and peonies. Their height and vertical interest make them a great addition to the back of a border, while their delicate flowers add a whimsical touch to any garden. Foxgloves prefer partial shade and well-draining soil, and can also be grown as a short-lived perennial with proper care.

Key Facts

  • Common Name(s):Foxglove ‘Dwarf Carillon’
  • Hardiness:Fully hardy through most of the UK
  • How big will I get? Digitalis grandiflora ‘Dwarf Carillion’ can grow to a height of 0.5m and a spread of 0.5m.
  • Did You Know That:The name Digitalis comes from the Latin for finger, due to the similarity of the flowers to a thimble.

Plant Calendar

A rough guide to how this plant will change through the year.

Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Flowering Time
Foliage Colour

Care Guide

Soil Requirements

Digitalis grandiflora ‘Dwarf Carillion’ is a versatile plant and can cope with wet or drier soils, but prefers there to be decent drainage. This plant can grow in soil with a wide range of pH levels, it is not picky about the pH level of the soil.

Best Position

Digitalis grandiflora ‘Dwarf Carillion’ can handle either an exposed or a sheltered position and can cope with either full sun or partial shade.


Digitalis grandiflora ‘Dwarf Carillion’ should be deadheaded regularly to promote new flowers coming through. This will prolong the flowering period of the plant as it saves the energy that the plant would have put into producing seeds and allows it to produce more flowers!

Pest, Diseases and Wildlife

Digitalis grandiflora ‘Dwarf Carillion’ can have problems with aphids, slugs and snails, it can be vulnerable to certain diseases such as powdery mildews, downy mildews and leaf spot. It is also known to attract bees and butterflies. It is toxic to cats, dogs, horses and people.

Placing an order

Once you have added your items to the basket you can checkout securely and make payment via credit or debit Card. All payments are processed securely via PaymentNetwork.

Please enter a billing address and if required a different delivery address.

Nationwide Delivery

Deliveries will arrive within 2-3 working days

Selected products are available for signed for nationwide delivery from £4.99.
Larger items are charged at £15.00
Smaller items such as seeds cost £2.50.

DHL Parcel UK Tracked Delivery

  • Parcels are sent via DHL Parcel UK Tracked Delivery, requiring a signature on delivery.
  • Orders must be placed by 11.00am to be processed the same day.
  • Dispatch days Monday - Thursday (exc. Bank Holidays).
No minimum order for products that can be delivered using this service
Shopping Basket
10% off your first online order SIGN UP TO OUR NEWSLETTER

Enter your details to keep up to date with all of our latest news, offers and events and get 10% off your first online order

Exclusions apply. Check your email after submitting the form

Scroll to Top