Due to the wide variation in available cultivars, many growers may be left wondering about foxglove flower support. Although dwarf varieties of foxglove are very common, others may reach heights as tall as 6 feet (1.8 m.). Learn more about foxglove plant support here.
Foxglove self-sows easily in the garden, but you can also save seeds from mature plants. Collecting foxglove seeds is a great way to propagate new plants for planting in other areas or for sharing with gardening family and friends. Learn more in this article.
Because of their short life span, foxgloves are planted in succession, so that each season a set of foxglove blooms. However, not preparing them properly for winter can throw this succession planting off. Learn about winterizing foxglove plants in this article.
Should you deadhead foxglove? Unless you want foxglove in every corner of your garden, it is wise to deadhead these lovely blooms. Deadheading foxglove plants can minimize their spread, but it has added benefits as well. Click here for more details.
Foxgloves are big, beautiful, flowering plants that tolerate shade well. They also do very well in containers, making them perfect for adding volume and color to a shady porch or patio. Learn more about how to grow foxglove in a pot in this article.