Here are the first photos of the earliest wild Foxgloves here on the Lane. The Foxglove is fairly common in Ireland and is especially prolific around here. It's Botanical name is Digitalis Purpurea and the Irish is Lus Mor. They are used in the manufacture of a drug for certain heart conditions and are poisonous if you eat them. I think they are truly the most exotic and spectacular of all our wild flowers and I could photograph and admire them forever. I won't be able to resist more and more photos all through the month of June when they are in full bloom. Prepare to be swooning!