Posted: 09/11/2014 at 08:56
Perks, what about euphorbia polychroma to front your foxgloves and alliums? In spring a mound forms topped with chrome yellow flowers for a few weeks. ,lovely sight. However, not great if you have young children likely to touch them.
or consider geum totally tangerine. Another mound forming plant with orange flowers for months, often during winter (for me down here)
i have some white foxgloves to plant out but will delay until early spring simply because they are likely to make better plants if planted out later