A car was stopped at the end of Foxgloves
and it was searched and taken away on a tow truck.
However, with pelargoniums you can let the cutting dry out a bit for a couple of days so that the end of the cutting forms a bit of a callus.
It is thought that there are two Welsh names for the foxglove
, one is Ffion, from which the popular Welsh female name is taken and the other is Maneg Ellyllyn which translate as "The Good People's Glove.
The pinkish-purple of the wild foxglove
has been improved by gardeners over the years, partly by selection and partly by crossing with other species.
The display of foxgloves
in the gardens of Plan Tan y Bwlch in Snowdonia National Park
ATTRACTIVE An artist's impression of the fivebedroom Foxglove
townhouse above and, left, a general view of the development
Carol hard at work planting pot grown foxgloves
in the woodland garden, above
have a particular association with Birmingham through the work of the 18th century physician and botanist William Withering.
New varieties under the name orchid foxgloves
have flower funnels consisting of four tubular petals, curving inwards to give a frilled look.
grow tall, they are usually planted in groups as a background to a flower border.
She spotted a rogue pink foxglove
in her border the other day and pulled it out in disgust.
ADIGOXIN is an extract of the European foxglove
, which was discovered by William Withering, a famous Birmingham physician and botanist.