This foxglove is much shorter and stouter, only to 2 feet maximum. The flower color is most unusual, with cream to light tan flowers netted with brown. The flower color is quite striking, with a rather large lip. Grecian foxglove typically grows as a true biennial, but you can save seed or allow it to self sow. Grow in partial shade except in cooler areas. The foliage of this plant is also unusual - as the botanical name lanata implies, the foliage is wooly. It is a very deer resistant species.