Foxgloves are tall, erect, biennial plants. Their flowers are long and tubular with white, yellow, rose, or purple flowers that usually contain a dotted pattern on the inside. Use the diagrams in this section to block in each flower connected to a long, draping stem.


Be confident with your preliminary block-in lines!


Dried foxglove leaves are used to make the heart medicine digitalis.

Don’t begin shading until all flowers are in place, ...

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