Foxglove Plants: Tips For Growing Foxgloves - Tall and stately foxglove plants (Digitalis purpurea) have long been included in garden areas where vertical interest and lovely flowers are desired. Foxglove flowers grow on stems which may reach 6 feet in height, depending on variety.
Digitalis grandiflora is the yellow foxglove. As you probably know, Digitalis is poisonous. Here's some info on growing foxglove, with a picture of the more common purple type: http://landscaping.about.com/od/plantsforshadyareas/p/foxglove_plants.htm
Because of their short life span, foxgloves are planted in succession, so that each season a set of foxglove blooms. However, not preparing them properly for winter can throw this succession planting off. Learn about winterizing foxglove plants in this article.
Foxglove Biennial - Digitalis - Beautiful but Poisonous
Tall flowering plants are an essential element in some styles of gardening and for adding height and colour to the flower border......Hollyhocks, Foxgloves, Delphiniums, Wisteria, Fuschias, Climbing Roses, Allium, Verbena, & Sunflowers will add nice height to your gardens.