The Foxglove is a plant that usually needs no introduction since it as common in the garden as it is in the wild. The flowers are pink-purple and occasionally white, resembling the fingers of a glove on a tall single spike.

Found in woods and heaths, often amongst bracken, and on acid soils from early to mid summer.



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