Why do we offer so many foxglove varieties? They stand up to our hellacious winds that inevitably arrive in March, departing before summer's heat, here on the farm. These "slim Paris models" perform best in crowded gardens, where they tower, then disappear, "off-stage." Many rebloom for us in the fall. Although we provide their first winter chill, some varieties may not flower this year. Please note height & hardiness when making selections, or just order 1 each. All varieties are hardy to as cold as Zone 5 through the warmer Zone 8, with "Dwarf Amber" to Zone 6. Although they are rooted in medicinal use, ALL FOXGLOVES ARE CONSIDERED POISONOUS TO DEER, RABBITS AND HUMANS.