Foxglove, one of the most attractive flowers popularly used in ornamental gardening, is found across Southwestern and Western Europe, Central and Western Asia and Northwest Africa. Although there is some confusion about the origin of its name, with some saying foxglove means ‘fairy’s glove’ while others arguing it means ‘fairy music,’ there is no denying the fact that there are very few prettier flowers around than the foxglove.
Pink Foxglove Flowers
Pink foxglove flowers are among some of the most soothing things to watch.
White Foxglove Flower
Rest your eyes after a busy day by looking at these white foxglove flowers. They are not just pretty flowers but are rich in various medicinal properties that make them useful for various heart disorders, fluid retention, and asthma.
Purple Foxglove Flowers
Behold the stunning purple foxglove flowers! They are one of the most popular choices for ornamental gardens, where the tall flowering stalks add vibrancy and color.
Red Foxglove Flower
A stunning addition to any flower garden, you can even get the seeds online, and try your hand at growing them yourself. They are reasonably easy to take care of.
Strawberry Foxglove Flowers
Set your sights on the following strawberry colored foxglove flowers. They can make a nice addition to your kitchen garden, so what that they do not grow actual strawberries?
Yellow Foxglove Flowers
The yellow ones are one of the rarer varieties, but no less popular.
The plant itself is quite attractive, with large, pointy leaves growing as thick rosettes. But make sure not try using them for any medicinal purposes, as the leaves and stems are poisonous.