The Chinese foxglove is a delicate perennial, bearing large, bright pink-red bellflowers with yellow-spotted throats. The bells grow from rosettes of grey-green leaves and appear much like our native foxgloves, but with shorter, more delicate dark-red stems.
Rehmannia 'Walberton’s Magic Dragon’ is a recent hybrid of Rehmannia elata and Rehmannia glutinosa. It's a vigorous plant with large, wide, foxglove-like flowers, borne throughout summer.
For best results grow Rehmannia 'Walberton’s Magic Dragon’ in well-drained soil in a sunny, sheltered site. In cooler regions it may need a protective layer of mulch in autumn to protect the roots. Otherwise, bring plants indoors over winter.
Rehmannia ‘Walberton's magic dragon’ and wildlife
Rehmannia ‘Walberton's magic dragon’ is known for attracting bees. It has nectar/pollen rich flowers.
Is Rehmannia ‘Walberton's magic dragon’ poisonous?
Rehmannia ‘Walberton's magic dragon’ has no toxic effects reported.