We never are this lucky.
Our perennial Digitalis always rot so it is rare if we get this.
We were circumspect and in the eleventh hour (November), mulched heavily with beech and oak leaves.
Our plants (thanks to adequate snowfall) came through like this.
We always have this,
The Digitalis grandiflora is tried and true.
And now all the yellow can be joined with all this pink.
...........You too can insure your perennial foxgloves make it through by providing protection against harsh winter temperatures. And they fool you because they look so lush and indestructible in the fall. Do not be fooled, those leaves are sensitive and wither when the thermometer plunges. On top of that, if ice forms in the crown, dead.
So, we can't wait for June.