Foxglove, Digitalis purpurea. This biennial or short lived perennial, is commonly found along woodland edges, heaths, verges and hedgerows. From June to September, a collection of distinctive bell shaped flowers with spotty centres, bloom on tall stems. Attractive to bees. 10g
Foxgloves and chickens, a note of caution:- Whilst hens are pretty good at avoiding things that are not good for them, all parts of the plant are toxic to chickens (and to humans for that matter), so as pretty as they are, they should be planted away from your poultry.
See back of individual packs for sowing instructions.