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  • Whitney Davis

    #foxglove #country #cottage #garden

  • Jude Kamal

    Foxgloves! #Flowers #EndOfSummer #Nature

  • Polkadot Magpie

    Not in NM, one of my favorite spring flowers when I lived in the Midwest. Foxglove, Excelsior Mixed Clrs Hybrid Nice mix of flower colors for early season bloom. Spikes of speckled, shapely blooms flower in shades of pink, rose, purple, cream, primrose and white in early summer of second season after seed is sown. Grows well in partial shade or sun in borders and woodland gardens. Poisonous if eaten. Biennial. Ht. 5'. Product Details

  • Abby Hagler

    Foxglove was a popular flower in 19th century English gardens and poetry. It has beautiful bell-shaped flowers holding vibrantly-colored centers. Foxglove is the flower that celebrates inner beauty. Foxglove is for realizing the self through forgiveness, for letting go of inner turbulence, and for recognizing when to let go of insecurities that may make us cruel. Give foxglove as a gesture toward another person. Give foxglove to yourself.

  • Lamia Lagha

    beautiful flowers

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