My foxgloves are also looking rather pretty. Most of them are in the lower garden, which was where I’d put the smaller plants (the larger seedings had gone in the wildflower patch – these flowered last year). It doesn’t really fit in with the original “Japanese” theme of the lower garden but never mind. Foxgloves are in flower for a short time and it is wonderful when they are.
I’m sure that you know this already but foxgloves are really poisonous. If you touch them, please wash your hands afterwards (although, to be fair, this is a good idea whenever you’ve been gardening).