I say in occasional groups, for the foxglove should never be planted in exact rows.
The foxglove leaves are broad and long, and they are pointed at the end.
Might not the foxglove be serviceable in hydrocephalus internus, in hydrocele, and in white swellings of the joints?
In irregular flowers, like the snapdragon and foxglove, the decoration is irregular.
I have therefore mentioned every case in which I have prescribed the foxglove, proper or improper, successful or otherwise.
Cowley mentions it in his "Flora," with the foxglove and the Canna.
The foxglove is neither; it is a biennial--that is a two years' plant.
Bilocular, two-celled; as most anthers, the pod of foxglove, &c.
The delicately and curiously spotted varieties of the foxglove should be sown as well as the ordinary wild form.
White as snow was one of his cheeks, the other was red and speckled like foxglove.
foxglove fox·glove (fŏks'glŭv')
Any of several herbs of the genus Digitalis, especially D. purpurea , having a long cluster of large, tubular, pinkish-purple flowers and leaves that are the source of the drug digitalis.