Digitalis purpurea

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Digitalis purpurea

Herbal medicine
Popularly known as foxglove, see there.
 
Homeopathy
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The common foxglove can look attractive in a border but there are plenty of named plants and different varieties to go at which will give you flower spikes anything between 18in and 6ft long.
Common foxglove (Digitalis purpurea), purple, yellow, white, pastels; May to September; full, partial, or light shade.
DIGITALIS PURPUREA FOXGLOVE The staple of any cottage garden is the common foxglove - stately spires of purple or white tubular blooms.
Plant common foxglove or English lavender in your wellies to help make them bee-friendly.
The common foxglove tends to flower up the spike so that by the time the top blooms open the bottom flowers are long gone.