Digitalis Purpurea, or common foxglove, produces tall (2-5 feet) spikes of beautiful, bell-shaped flowers, with white or purple spots lining the interior of the blooms, from its central rosette of leaves. A biennial, it freely self-seeds. It prefers full to partial sun and well-drained, slightly acidic soil.

PLEASE NOTE:  all parts of this plant are extremely toxic to humans and pets.