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foxglove
American English: /ˈfɑksˌɡləv/
British English: /ˈfɒksɡlʌv/

Translation of foxglove in Spanish:

noun

countable or uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • Plants that may require staking to hold their blooms high include Canterbury bells, hollyhocks, and verbascums, with foxgloves and delphiniums in the upper garden zones.
    • They also don't eat anemones, astilbes, junipers, foxgloves, daffodils, ferns, grasses and a whole host of things.
    • In partial shade, use balloon flowers as accent plants placed among foxgloves, hostas, or lamb's ears.

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