Foxglove Flower Seeds, 5500+ Premium Seeds, ON SALE!, 99.59% Purity, 80% Germination, (Isla's Garden Seeds) - Total Quality!

Price: $6.99

  • Harmful and Poisonous if ingested. Do Not Swallow or eat.
  • Foxglove seeds need light to germinate, scatter the seeds on the top of the soil, with 1" space
  • These beautiful flowers bloom in shades of cream, rose, lavender & white.

5,000 Foxglove Mix Seeds (Digitalis Purpurea)

Price: $5.68

  • These beautiful flowers bloom in shades of cream, rose, lavender & white.
  • Preferable habitat: stony hillsides, forest margins, roadsides, wasteland, and gardens
  • Foxglove seeds need light to germinate, scatter the seeds on the top of the soil, with 1" space

Outsidepride Foxglove Apricot - 5000 seeds

Outsidepride Foxglove Apricot - 5000 seeds

Price: $6.49

  • Height: 60 inch biennial
  • USDA Zones: 4 - 8
  • Bloom Color: Apricot

Package of 5,000 Seeds, Foxglove Gloxiniaeflora Mixture (Digitalis purpurea) Open Pollinated Seeds By Seed Needs

Price: $3.65

  • Gloxiniaeflora Mixture will produce a colorful blend of tubular, bell shaped flowers, atop attractive green foliage. These beautiful flowers bloom in shades of cream, rose, lavender & white.
  • The plants themselves will grow to a mature height of roughly 60 inches tall, making them taller than the Excelsior Mixture. They will attract an array of beneficial insects to the garden, such as butterflies, bumblebees, honeybees and even ladybugs.
  • Categorized as a biennial flowering plant, Gloxiniaeflora Mixture will grow quickly from seed, establishing a rather deep root system. The plants then wilt with the first frost, to return the next season, often times flowering the second year of growth.

100% PURE Fruit Pigmented Pomegranate Oil Anti Aging Lipstick: Foxglove

Price: $30.00

  • Antioxidant and vitamin packed
  • Keep lips super soft and youthful
  • Concentrated with pomegranate oil

Following Foxglove Plants From Seed To Flowering. From one year to the next.

All parts of the foxglove plant are poisonous, including the flowers and seeds. I planted some fox glove seeds last year, and followed their progress until they bloomed this spring. They...

This week's gardening tips: plant foxgloves, delphinium and hollyhock -

The blooms will return: Cool-season bedding plants may bloom less during the midwinter period (especially if the weather is cold), but should pick-up again in the late winter and early spring. Don’t forget to keep the old, spent flowers picked off to encourage continued blooming. If the foliage color is a good deep green, and the plants seem to be growing well, you...


Google news feed

  1. This RSS feed URL is deprecated
  2. Greenhouse Grower (blog) How to Outfox Foxglove Aphids in the Greenhouse
    How many foxglove aphids do you want in your crop? The answer is zero, right? It is impossible to prevent the presence of aphids completely; however, the good news is that isn't necessary. Just because the customer has a threshold of zero doesn't mean 
  3. Foxglove flower could poison your other plants
    If you want to have foxglove in your garden, that's okay, just play it safe. Dr. Ripperda and Rehagen say you should just keep it separated by at least 20 feet from your other plants. If you have kids and animals, you should ensure they can't get into
  4. Huddersfield Examiner REVIEW: Why The Foxglove in Kirkburton towers above its rivals
    In winter The Foxglove offers a blazing log fire that complements rural decor and stone floors. Alas, summer temperatures meant the fire was out when we arrived en-masse for a children's birthday party, but the place retained that inviting atmosphere
  5. UCSF News Services Gut Bacteria Produce a Special Enzyme To Protect Us from Plant Toxins
    The poisonous petals of the foxglove (Digitalis) have been used in low doses for centuries in folk medicine to treat heart trouble and epilepsy. In 20th century, the foxglove derivative digoxin became widely used to treat a variety of heart conditions


  1. Directory of Free On-line Novels and Free Online Cyber-Books - cool list with a contemporary edge, no old stuff here.
  2. Digitalis (/ ˌ d ɪ dʒ ɪ ˈ t eɪ l ɪ s / or / ˌ d ɪ dʒ ɪ ˈ t æ l ɪ s /) is a genus of about 20 species of herbaceous perennials, shrubs, and biennials commonly called foxgloves.. This genus was traditionally placed in the figwort family Scrophulariaceae, but recent phylogenetic research has placed it in the much enlarged family ...
  3. The restaurant. The Foxglove dining room, located on the ground floor, boasts sweeping views of the harbour and the Day’s Bay ferry on its journey to and from the seaside suburb of Eastborne.
  4. Welcome. Welcome fiber enthusiasts to Foxglove Fiberarts Supply! We are pleased to offer a wide range of wholesale fibers. Now taking orders for Ashland Bay's Solid Colored Merino Top and Dyed Bamboo Top.
  5. Welcome to Foxglove! Our rental community in El Paso, TX offers 1 - 2 Bed apartments you'll love to call home
Photo by jondon on Flickr

foxgloves 450d
Photo by patersor on Flickr

pink flower water droplets foxglove
After the rain. I love foxgloves, my garden is very boggy though so they don't like it there much!
Photo by practicalowl on Flickr