This stuff LOVES popping up all over my new garden beds and all over my property. The bees love it and I wonder if it has any other beneficial qualities, but regardless I'm usually pulling it out since I've got little ones and the stuff is really toxic. I was curious though, if all this foxglove indicates a nutrient imbalance, etc. Thanks!
An infusion of the plant prolongs the life of cut flowers. Root crops growing near this plant store better. An apple-green dye is obtained from the flowers. Cut flower. Cultivars have gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
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