are this summer's most fashionable flower.
A spokesperson for KPS Pub Co Ltd adds: With The Foxglove
we are hoping to inject some passion and integrity into the pub scene based on our appreciation of good quality, independently made alcohol.
are poisonous if eaten, so best avoided if you have pets or young children.
Standing 2 to 3 feet tall, it isn't as tall and showy as common foxglove
(Digitalis purpurea), which can reach an impressive height of 4 or 5 feet.
Finally remember foxgloves
are poisonous and even handling them without gloves may irritate skin.
In the jewel-box boutique out front, British Fox umbrellas--handmade in Surrey since 1868--are displayed like precious baubles along with little jars of Foxglove
perfume, a unisex fragrance by DS and Durga.
From Europe and the Mediterranean, this foxglove
forms a basal rosette of woolly leaves that are prone to a disease called rust.
Since the 13th century, the herb and poisonous plant Foxglove
has been used to cleanse wounds and its dried leaves were carefully brewed by Native Americans to treat leg swelling caused by heart problems.
" may be a corruption of "folk glove," the "folk" referring to "little folk" or sprites.
If you're a foxglove
fanatic like me, you can live with this problem.
ADIGOXIN is an extract of the European foxglove
, which was discovered by William Withering, a famous Birmingham physician and botanist.
(Digitalis spp) is a truly medicinal herb and not one that you would ever administer to yourself.