Long and leafy
Long and basal
Foxgloves are a genus of herbaceous plants with vivid flowers that range in colour from various purple tints through various shades of light grey.
Behind the scenes
- Foxglove, a highly toxic plant, was associated with death and magic in Medieval European folklore. Eating the plant can cause heart failure, but the plant is also used in a modern heart drug.  In medieval times, the foxglove plant was also known as Witches' Fingers, Goblin Gloves, and in Celtic lus na mban sídhe (plant of the fairy women). 
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