Examples from the Web for foxglove
It is usually combined with infusion of juniper berries or foxglove.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley
The band, the members of which were perched in the swinging flowers of a foxglove close by, played lustily during the feast.Goblin Tales of Lancashire|James Bowker
I have mentioned some already for your garden:—Canterbury bell, cornflower and foxglove are biennials.The Library of Work and Play: Gardening and Farming.|Ellen Eddy Shaw
The foxglove blossom—a third part bud, a third part past, a third part in full bloom—is a type of the life of this world.
They would arrange flowers in the épergne, she suggested—a few sweet williams and mignonette and a foxglove or two.Halcyone|Elinor Glyn
British Dictionary definitions for foxglove
Word Origin for foxglove
Word Origin and History for foxglove
Old English foxes glofa; the reason for fox is uncertain. Cf. Old English foxesfot ("fox foot") "xiphion;" foxesclate "burdock."