Magnificent spikes of speckled blooms.
A lightly shaded garden looks gorgeous with foxgloves in flower dotted around. You need a little patience to get your succession of foxgloves going, but if you plant them for two years in succession, the second and third year will give you blooms, and in most gardens, they’ll reseed from there onwards. In formal or informal settings, foxgloves are a worthy addition to almost any flower garden. However, this traditional garden plant is toxic and should be grown away from places where children and pets play.