This is a beautiful variety with soft apricot tubular blossoms on 4-5' tall stems. Foxgloves are a biennial. When you plant the seeds, the first year you will grow a green plant. The second year they will flower. Let the flowers go to seed and ripen. The seed will drop and more baby foxglove plants will appear either later that year or early the next spring. Great for sun or shade. Deer proof. A classic cottage garden flower. I ALWAYS plant foxglove seeds AND plants at the same time so I have both phases of their biennial lifecycle in my garden at the same time. You should too.