foxglovenoun [ C ]uk /ˈfɒks.ɡlʌv/ us /ˈfɑːks.ɡlʌv/
Examples from literature
- I have mentioned some already for your garden:—Canterbury bell, cornflower and foxglove are biennials.
- Marigolds are in full bloom all over the forest, and so are foxgloves.
- Roses which had degenerated into little better than wild ones, showed late red and pink blooms, honeysuckle and columbines flowered, and foxgloves raised their graceful heads.
- The heather, mingling with these furze bushes, was just beginning to bloom, and here and there a tall foxglove towered above the undulating irregular mass of purple and gold.
- The shepherd's rose and the stately foxgloves were more full of color and scent.