This majestic biennial is one of our most treasured wildflowers, for good reason. The deep trumpet flowers of the foxglove are infamous in the picturesque settings of a cottage garden or woodland floor. This striking wildflower is native to our forests and woodlands, flowering from late April right through to July. Highly attractive to pollinators, especially bumble bees. Beware, foxgloves may be common but are extremely poisinous.