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Fox Glove Collection

"Unveiling the Enchanting Foxglove: A Tale of Alice, Poisonous Plants, and Nature's Beauty" In Lewis Carroll's whimsical world, Alice encountered many peculiar beings

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Poisonous Plants

Poisonous Plants
Water Hemlock (Cicuta Virosa); Conium Maculatum; Digitalis Purpurea; Cypress Spurge (Euphorbia Cyparissias); Pasque Flower (Anemone Pulsatilla); Autumn Crocus

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Alice and the Cheshire Cat

Alice and the Cheshire Cat -- We re all mad here, said the Cat. I m mad. You re mad

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Carroll / Alice and Pig

Carroll / Alice and Pig
ALICE & THE PIG Alice carrying a baby pig

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Fox Glove, Granesbill, Great Cetandine, Coltsfoot, Pointed Dock, Cat Mint (colour litho)

Fox Glove, Granesbill, Great Cetandine, Coltsfoot, Pointed Dock, Cat Mint (colour litho)
6020694 Fox Glove, Granesbill, Great Cetandine, Coltsfoot, Pointed Dock, Cat Mint (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Fox Glove, Granesbill)

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Poisonous plants (colour litho)

Poisonous plants (colour litho)
2799362 Poisonous plants (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Poisonous plants)

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Digitalis purpurea, from Herbarium Blackwellianum

Digitalis purpurea, from Herbarium Blackwellianum
CHT176621 Digitalis purpurea, from Herbarium Blackwellianum, 1757 (pen & ink and w/c on paper) by Blackwell, Elizabeth (1707-1758); Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs, Paris

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Wokingham RG5 4 Map

Wokingham RG5 4 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Wokingham RG5 4

Background imageFox Glove Collection: AGRI2A-00136

AGRI2A-00136
Garden flowers, including gladiola, iris, foxglove, crocus, morning-glory, lily, daffodil, tulip, dahlia, zinnia, pansy, marigold. Color lithograph of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Cucumber Spider (Araniella cucurbitina) adult, resting on Foxglove (Digitalis sp)

Cucumber Spider (Araniella cucurbitina) adult, resting on Foxglove (Digitalis sp. ) flower, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Cucumber Spider (Araniella cucurbitina) adult, resting on Foxglove (Digitalis sp.) flower, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, June

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Common Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) flowerspike, in rain, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent

Common Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) flowerspike, in rain, Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve, Kent, England, June

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove wildflowers in the Cascades of Washington

Foxglove wildflowers in the Cascades of Washington

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Europe, Scotland, Edinburgh. Palace of Holyrood House (aka Holyroodhouse) Royal Garden, foxglove

Europe, Scotland, Edinburgh. Palace of Holyrood House (aka Holyroodhouse) Royal Garden, foxglove.THIS IMAGE RESTRICTED - Not available to U.S. land tour travel operators

Background imageFox Glove Collection: FOXGLOVE AND HAWKWEED. From left to right: common pink foxglove (digitalis flore rubro)

FOXGLOVE AND HAWKWEED. From left to right: common pink foxglove (digitalis flore rubro), orange hawkweed (compositae) and white foxglove (digitalis flore albo), from Beslers Florilegium, 1613

Background imageFox Glove Collection: FOXGLOVE AND HERB PARIS. From left to right: yellow foxglove (digitalis flore luteo)

FOXGLOVE AND HERB PARIS. From left to right: yellow foxglove (digitalis flore luteo), herb paris (herba paris) and common pink foxglove (digitalis flore incarnato), from Beslers Florilegium, 1613

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove Flowers

Foxglove Flowers
A close-up photograph of foxglove flowers. Date: 1930s

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Summer Flowers 1880

Summer Flowers 1880
SUMMER FLOWERS (2 of 4) Date: 1880

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Eyed Hawkmoth (Smerinthus ocellata) adult, resting on Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea)

Eyed Hawkmoth (Smerinthus ocellata) adult, resting on Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) flowers in garden, Leicestershire, England, june

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Common Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) close-up of seedpods, England, july

Common Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) close-up of seedpods, England, july

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Common White-tailed Bumblebee (Bombus lucorum) adult, feeding on Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea)

Common White-tailed Bumblebee (Bombus lucorum) adult, feeding on Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) flower in urban garden, Leicestershire, England, june

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Brambling (Fringilla montifringilla) adult female, perched on foxglove seedhead stem in snow

Brambling (Fringilla montifringilla) adult female, perched on foxglove seedhead stem in snow covered garden, Chirnside, Berwickshire, Scotland, december

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Digitoxin heart drug molecule

Digitoxin heart drug molecule
Digitoxin, molecular model. This heart drug is obtained from the foxglove plant. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded: carbon (grey), hydrogen (white) and oxygen (red)

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove( Digitalis purpurea Excelsior)

Foxglove( Digitalis purpurea Excelsior)
Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea Excelsior ) flowers

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Bumblebee and foxglove hybrid

Bumblebee and foxglove hybrid. Worker white-tailed bumblebee (Bombus lucorum) on a flower of a foxglove hybrid. This garden hybrid is Digitalis x Mertonensis

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxgloves (Digitalis purpurea)

Foxgloves (Digitalis purpurea)
Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) flowers. Photographed in the Cascade Mountains, Oregon, USA

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove, 19th century artwork

Foxglove, 19th century artwork
Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea), 19th century artwork. These botanical drawings are from Text-book of forensic medicine and toxicology (London)

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove flowers (Digitalis purpurea)

Foxglove flowers (Digitalis purpurea)
Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) flowers

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Common foxglove flowers, Digitalis purpurea

Common foxglove flowers, Digitalis purpurea
Foxglove flowers. Flowers of the common foxglove plant Digitalis purpurea. From June to September the plant grows flowers from one-metre-high spikes. The plant grows in bright, dry habitats

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove flowers

Foxglove flowers (Digitalis purpurea). This plant has long been used in herbal medicine as a tonic. An extract from the plant, the drug digoxin

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove with japanese aralia

Foxglove with japanese aralia
Foxglove (Digitalis purpura) with japanese aralia foliage (Fatsia japonica). Foxglove is poisonous

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove hybrids (Digitalis Excelsior )

Foxglove hybrids (Digitalis Excelsior )
Foxglove (Digitalis Excelsior ) hybrids

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove (Digitalis mertonensis)

Foxglove (Digitalis mertonensis)
Foxglove flowers (Digitalis mertonensis)

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Digoxin molecule, heart drug

Digoxin molecule, heart drug
Digoxin molecule. Computer model of a molecule of the heart drug digoxin (C41.H64.O14). The atoms (balls) are colour-coded: carbon (blue), hydrogen (grey), and oxygen (red)

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Flowers of the foxglove, Digitalis

Flowers of the foxglove, Digitalis

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Garden plants

Garden plants. Foxgloves (Digitalis purpura) between the trunk of silver birch (Betula sp.) with euonymous (Euonymus fortunei Emerald n Gold, bottom left), Iceland poppies (Papaver nudicaule)

Background imageFox Glove Collection: In Summer Mood

In Summer Mood
Gorgeous illustration depicting a woman with long auburn hair wearing rational dress reminiscent of a medieval flowing gown. She walks through a garden filled with foxgloves in bloom

Background imageFox Glove Collection: I was one day sitting on a step

I was one day sitting on a step
A young girl sat on a stile gathering daffodils and primroses is greeted by her uncle, greeting

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Cornish coastal scenery at Polgigga near Lands End, Cornwall, UK

Cornish coastal scenery at Polgigga near Lands End, Cornwall, UK
Ashley Cooper / SpecialistStock

Background imageFox Glove Collection: The Forest of Bowland near Stocks Reservoir UK

The Forest of Bowland near Stocks Reservoir UK
Ashley Cooper / SpecialistStock

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxgloves growing in Grasmere, Cumbria, UK

Foxgloves growing in Grasmere, Cumbria, UK
Ashley Cooper / SpecialistStock

Background imageFox Glove Collection: A cottage at St Just on the sea cliffs overlooking Cape Cornwall, Cornwall, UK

A cottage at St Just on the sea cliffs overlooking Cape Cornwall, Cornwall, UK
Ashley Cooper / SpecialistStock

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Close-up of foxglove flowers

Close-up of foxglove flowers, in Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove Giant Shirley flowers

Foxglove Giant Shirley flowers
Foxglove ( Digitalis purpurea GiantShirley ) flowers. The foxglove plant contains thepoisonous chemical digitalin. Consuming the plantcauses vomiting

Background imageFox Glove Collection: Digitalis Purpurea

Digitalis Purpurea
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Background imageFox Glove Collection: Foxglove Digitalis

Foxglove Digitalis
FOXGLOVE



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"Unveiling the Enchanting Foxglove: A Tale of Alice, Poisonous Plants, and Nature's Beauty" In Lewis Carroll's whimsical world, Alice encountered many peculiar beings. One such encounter was with the mischievous Cheshire Cat who grinned from ear to ear. Little did she know that amidst her adventures lay a captivating flower known as the foxglove. Carroll's enchanting tale also introduced us to other botanical wonders like the pig-shaped plant and poisonous flora. Among them stood the foxglove, alongside its companions - Granesbill, Great Cetandine, Coltsfoot, Pointed Dock, and Cat Mint - all depicted in vibrant color lithographs. The foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) holds a place of fascination in Herbarium Blackwellianum. Preserved for generations to come is this delicate yet dangerous beauty that can be found on Wokingham RG5 4 Map. Venturing beyond Carroll's realm brings us to North America's Queen Charlotte Islands where these majestic blooms grace the landscape. Their presence adds an ethereal touch to nature’s canvas; their purple hues dancing under Canada’s sun. Even Sheffield in South Yorkshire boasts its own magical encounter between a Cucumber Spider and a Foxglove flower. The spider rests gracefully upon its petals while basking in nature’s splendor. But beware. While mesmerizingly beautiful, foxgloves are not without peril. These plants possess toxic properties that have been both feared and respected throughout history. Caution must be exercised when admiring their allure. So let us revel in the mystique of this captivating flower – an emblem of wonderment entwined with danger – reminding us that even within nature's most enchanting creations lies hidden complexity waiting to be explored.