Foxgloves in the Garden

A few days ago, I shared some pics of the beautiful gardens around the home of Arthur Blank, a co-founder of The Home Depot and the owner of the Atlanta Falcons. One of the things I especially love about this tour, Gardens for the Connoisseur, is it always takes place on Mother’s Day weekend and the foxgloves, my very favorite flower, are always in bloom.

These pics were taken in another garden on the tour…and I went a little crazy…just couldn’t stop myself from snapping lots of pics of all the foxgloves in this wonderful garden. I just love ’em!

Did you know they make Digitalis, the heart medicine, from this flower? The actual name of the common foxglove is, Digitalis Purpurea.

I took a good many pics on the tour…I’ll share some more later on. For now, I’ll leave you with these lovely images. Isn’t she the cutest thing?! Do you see the kitty cat? Such detail…she even has a garden hat in her hand. 🙂

The tall purple flower growing behind her is allium.

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  1. Glenda/MidSouth says

    Beautiful place to relax! I have really enjoyed pictures of your tour.
    Enjoy your weekend.

  2. vignette design says

    Growing up in the woods of Oregon ( yes, really ) the forest was full of foxgloves. It was magical as a child. That's why foxgloves have a special place in my heart. Your photos of the foxglove garden is great. They really need to be massed together to be truly appreciated. Thanks for this post.

  3. Jeanette says

    Love the lovely images, I know you had a great time.

  4. Beautiful! Foxgloves always remind me of my Grandma…..she had beautiful ones in her garden. It's nice to hear that they are used for medicinal purposes!!! Happy Pink Saturday.

  5. Hi, Susan. You took beautiful pictures! All of those flowers look absolutely gorgeous… As does your tablescape below this post for Tablescape Thursday! I just took a look at that too. Your porch looks so pretty 'peeking in' from the outside. And everything looks so pretty in your candlelight pics. Oh, and I love your new little lighted butterfly and your tealight holder! So nice! Well, thanks for sharing and have a great weekend!
    Best regards,

  6. Allie and Pattie says

    I love foxglove and have always had them! And I just covet that adorable statue- reminds me of Allie when she was little
    xoxo Pattie

  7. Happy Pink Saturday!

  8. The Quintessential Magpie says

    Oh, Susan! What a joy to see those foxgloves. They are one of my favorite flowers, but alas, they do not like our climate. Love the little statue, too, and I have allium in our yard. Thanks for sharing.

    Happy Pink Saturday!


    Sheila 🙂

    P.S. Looks like you all had fun yesterday! Wish I could have made it!

  9. Pat@Back Porch Musings says

    Beautiful garden, Susan. Gorgeous Foxgloves.

  10. High Heeled Life says

    What a beautiful garden…. the little girl on the bench is a great touch!!! Happy week-end my friend. HHL

  11. Jacalyn @ says

    Beautiful pictures! I love the kitty cat!

    Happy PS,

  12. Debbie@Debbie-Dabble says

    What beautiful flowers and lovely images!!


  13. Love Foxglove! Wish they did well in my yard.

  14. Genevieve Ferraro says

    The foxgloves are so beautiful. But the little girl sitting next to the purple allium is my favorite. Just darling.

    And thanks for hosting Tablescape Thursdays. I am dying to participate, but cant' seem to get my act together. Like you, I work full time and by the time Thursday rolls around I haven't put my table setting together. It's just marvelous how you do all this Susan. Thanks for hosting all of us in your home and being a bright spot in my week!

  15. claudia b says

    Oh my goodness, such beautiful flowers!

  16. Vintage French Hen says

    WOW! His foxglove is stunning, but then again with a name as famous as Home Depot as one of your occupations is should be! Thanks for sharing and Happy Pink!! Marcia

  17. Magnificent pics! Happy Pink Saturday to you Susan!

  18. ~~Carol~~ says

    I've never seen so many foxgloves all in one place! These are a favorite of mine too, and I'm so happy that one of mine actually came back this year. I've heard that it's a biennial, but the one I bought last year says it's a perennial. I really enjoyed seeing these pictures, for my first Pink Saturday!
    Have a great weekend!

  19. Susan, the foxgloves are so pretty and the little girl is just darling. Love that little cat which want to play with her.
    Greetings, Johanna

  20. loved the photos esp. the one of the little girl. have a good day

  21. What a beautiful garden ! I love all the lavender and pink flowers – thanks for sharing !!!!!


  22. Tracy F. says

    I missed the tour this year. So glad you shared some of it with us!

  23. Such beautiful flowers and they grow here in Alaska too.

  24. I loved this! I would completely lose myself wandering through this place.

    I didn't know that about digitalis, either! So great to learn something new.

    I've never commented here before although I love reading here so much. Todays flowers were just too lovely to go without a comment.

  25. Mid-Atlantic Martha says

    What an amazingly beautiful garden!

  26. Susan, beautiful Pink Saturday post. I've never grown foxgloves. I wish I had room for a huge cutting garden. Wouldn't that be fun?
    My Mad Tea Party is posted if you have a chance to stop by. You'll recognize part of it. 🙂
    Happy Pink Saturday! ~ Sarah

  27. oh susan, so nice finding you doing Pink Saturday!
    well, for me it is only the third time but I love it!

    I ve also tried to plant foxglove (didn't know the english name, thank you dear!) in our garden but had no luck.
    nan writes they grow in Alaska! now I understand..Italy is to warm!
    happy pink saturday my dear, and thank's for charing!

  28. randomactofgrace says

    Love love love the allium plants! They always look like giant purple-ish dandelions 🙂
    happy pinkness

  29. pindlecottage/nannykim says

    Love the last 2 pictures!

  30. Wsprsweetly Of Cottages says

    Simply gorgeous!

  31. You must have felt like you were in heaven in this beautiful garden. It is magnificent.

    Happy Pink Saturday, Susan.

  32. Jessa Irene (Holiday-Haven) says

    Foxgloves are always amazing, but grouped like that they must have been overwhelming! I have added you to my "new" housewife post today.

  33. Chatty Crone says

    Fascinating garden there. Such beauty …

    I enjoyed seeing you Friday at lunch.

    Sue always plans such nice events. She's already posted about it on her blog.


  34. Hi Susan
    Your foxgloves are gorgeous! So is your blog. Nice to meet you.

  35. Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) says

    Thanks for taking us along on this beautiful tour. I had foxglove for a while, not sure if the rabbits or squirrels ate I think I'll have to try them again. They are beautiful..hugs ~lynne~

  36. Laura Ingalls Gunn says

    I have put this little gem on my "must see" list. Thank you so much for sharing.

    I wrote a post today in which I layed open my heart. I hope you will stop by and read it. If it moves you, please feel free to share the dream.

  37. Susan,

    That garden of foxglove is so stunning! They have got to be one of my favorite plants..but for me in my area aren't that easy or reliable to grow..but when I can find one at the nursery in bloom I always buy it!! Thanks for sharing this beauitful garden!! It's gorgeous!!

    Miss Bloomers

  38. Christi @ A Southern Life says

    Beautiful! Love foxgloves too!

    Christi @ A Southern Life

  39. Nanny Goats In Panties says

    Wow – those are just freakin' gorgeous! I love purple, so that just adds to the beauty for me.

    Thanks for the tour!

    – Margaret

  40. Love the foxgloves and the aliums! Beautiful pictures .Thanks for the tour.

  41. Loved the tour. The foxgloves and aliums are beautiful. Enjoyed it very much.

  42. Susan, Once again you have a beautiful post. Love the foxgloves. This has encouraged me to give them another try in my Arkansas garden. We are hot and humid as you are in Georgia.

    I love the precious little girl with her hat and cat. Wonder if anything like that is available.

    Thank you for the tour!

  43. Love all of it ,wonderful just to veiw your post after a long day ,hope I will be napping on my porch before the end of summer ,cant wait to share my pics with you soon ,thanks for all the wonderful pics too !!!

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