The sturdy 4-6' foot stalks are fully packed with huge trumpets of purest white from greenish-white buds. This is the hard to find, pure white Foxglove form that is much sought after for white and moon gardens. It is quite stunning! Long lasting cut flower. Part shade is recommended. Zone 4-8. Flower production: 2-3 months after transplant. White Foxglove was grown by John Custis in 1735.