150 (250)cm, Tenerife Shrub Foxglove is the tallest of the perennial woody Canary Foxglove species. It is native of Tenerife, where it is found in only few populations in open spots of the evergreen laurel forest. Makes nice, deep green, shiny, serrated leaves and plenty of large, brownish-orange, trumpet-like flowers in tall and dense racemes. Easily grown in any rich, well drained soil in partial shade (summer) to full sun (winter) at a winter minimum of some 12°C. Recently UK based Thompson & Morgan introduced a new hybrid which was thought to be impossible before: Digitalis 'Illumination Pink' combining Digitalis purpurea with Isoplexis canariensis. V-VIII.