On the one hand, foxglove is widely admired as a tall perennial with a lovely flower. On the other hand, foxglove is infamous for being one of the most poisonous plants commonly grown in the landscape.
Foxgloves are tall, slender plants, at 2-5 feet in height and just 1-2 feet wide. Numerous tubular flowers bloom on a spike; they can bear not only pink flowers but also purple, white and flowers of other colors. Foxgloves bloom in summer.