I have yet to meet someone who doesn't like foxgloves.
Maybe it's because they're slightly wild, a little dangerous, native to our shores and oh-so-beautiful. They also last really well in the vase, an important quality in a flower.
I've been using them a lot recently whether as a cut flower or in plant form and they're incredibly popular.
Here's a seasonal planter I made with them for a recent event, mixing them with dahlias, cornflowers, deutzia, roses, sweet peas, nicotiana, green bell, oregano and Queen Ann's lace.