Foxglove

Sometimes grown in gardens for their attractive flowers, foxgloves can also become a weed. All parts of the foxglove plant are very poisonous to humans and livestock but are not usually touched by grazing animals; the seeds are especially toxic to humans.

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  • In their second year foxgloves produce a single flower stalk approximately 2 m tall from their rosette of woolly leaves at the base. The flowers are attractive, white, pink or purple and bell shaped.

 


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In Garden Beds

  • Knock down foxglove weeds quickly with Weed Weapon Extra Strength or Rapid Action. It is biodegradable in the soil so planting can be carried out 7 days after treatment.
  • For best results use in Spring and Autumn when weeds are growing.
  • For a fast acting organic solution on young foxgloves use Kiwicare Weed Weapon Natural Power.

On Paths and Driveways


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  • Foxgloves are in the Genus Digitalis

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