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Safe to plant foxglove and vegetables in same raised garden?

I have a raised bed where I had foxglove growing, but now want to plant some vegetables there. I know foxglove can be toxic....is it safe to grow vegetables in the same soil?
Question asked by: Mary/dirt

Asked on: 19 Mar 2010

If you are in any doubt about whether that is safe or not I would recommend not trusting a site like this to give you the answer.

Rather instead you should go and ask an expert in these matters as with things like this it is not worth taking a chance, just like with regard to mushrooms you always need to check with an expert so with whether it is safe to grow a plant that is toxic near one that is for human consumption.

By: daveyc
Replied at: 21 Mar 2010
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