Also known as Digitalis the foxglove flower is part of the genuss of about 20 species of herbaceous perennials, biennials, and shrubs.
The flower is native to central Australasia, Northwest Africa, Western and Southwestern Europe.
The scientific name means “finger-like” which refers to how the Digitalis purpurea can be fitted over a fingertip.
The flower comes in a variety of colors such as pink, white, purple and yellow.
So can rabbits eat foxgloves safely?
No, they cannot eat them at all.
Foxgloves are poisonous to rabbits and would harm them if they were to eat them.