My garden wouldn't be what it is without foxgloves.
I love them for their height, symmetry of their blooms as well as for their hardiness, independence, reliability and easiness to grow.
My care of foxgloves consists of only one operation: removing extra plants.
In my garden, foxgloves grow better in those spots where the seeds sprouted naturally. They don't like to be moved.
They have faces!
Did you know that a Foxglove has a hairy nose? Here it is:
If you'd like to see how foxgloves beautify my garden, please see the posts under the label 'Foxglove'. Shown below is one of the previous years' pictures :
If you are wondering why I don't show a recent picture, well, right now this is what I am looking at:
I am on vacation, my friends, in beautiful North Carolina.
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