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
The foxglove plant is grown commercially for distillation of the heart medication digitalis. Caring for the foxglove plant should include keeping children and pets away, as all parts can be toxic when consumed.
Foxglove - An old-fashioned favorite, foxglove features tall spikes of bell-shaped flowers. Not only is it elegant, but foxglove is extremely hardy and easy to grow. Foxglove is also known for its resistance to pests and diseases. So if you want to increase your garden’s pest resistance, try planting foxglove along the borders.
Foxglove - Plants that do well in shady areas #shadeplants #foxglove
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.