Moving into a house with Foxgloves?
Hello! We've just sold our house today and have been lookng at houses for a while. We found a house which looks very good to us (but just needs a bit of work - that's why we like it), however it has a foxglove or two in the side of the garden by the pond; the issue is that we're planning on adopting a cat, we have kids, eat in the garden a lot and both my wife neither me want to be dealing with toxic plants. If it's toxic to cats and spreads like wildfire without human intervention should we avoid buying the house or is there a way we can kill them without having to get up all close with them? Thanks