Farmland, gardens, grassland, heathland, hedgerows, moorland, rocks, woodland.
Simple, toothed, ovoid, leaves with serrated margins. The basal leaves which form in the first year are large with long stalks. The older stem leaves are smaller and shorter stalked. The stem leaves alternate along the (usually) single main upright stem. All of the leaves have prominent veins and pointed tips. All leaves are covered in soft downy hairs, often giving them a fluffy or woolly appearance.
Bloody Bells, Bloody Finger, Common Foxglove, Cow Flop, Dead Man's Bells, Dog's Lugs, Dragon's Mouth, Fairy Cap, Fairy Fingers, Fairy Gloves, Fairy Thimbles, Fairy's Petticoat, Finger Flower, Flap Dock, Folk's Gloves, Fox Finger, Gloves of Mary, Lady's Fingers, Lady's Gloves, Lion's Mouth, Lustmore, Pop Duck, Throatroot, Witches' Bells, Witches' Fingers, Witches' Glove, Witches' Thimbles.