'Camelot Lavender' is a biennial or short-lived perennial, 1.2m high, with overwintering rosettes of green leaves, and stems of pale purplish-pink flowers, spotted inside with maroon outlined in white, over a long flowering period in summer; the flowers appear in the first rather than second year, grow all round the spikes rather than on one side, and face horizontally rather than hanging downwards; wild native foxgloves are a reliably good source of nectar for bumblebees, especially long-tongued bumblebees, and some but not all garden cultivars may also be good bumblebee plants

Digitalis Camelot Lavender (Foxglove)