I have 2 foxgloves in my garden, a white and a purple. The white plant is amazing, it has 2 flower stalks over 5 feet tall, and one stalk over 6 feet. There are several small shoots coming out now and I noticed new foliage growth at the base of the plant. I really would love for this plant to re-seed itself. How can I make sure it does? I've not done any dead heading, and all the stalks are empty of flowers now except for the very top of the 6 foot stalk, it has new little blossoms on it again. The purple plant didn't get nearly as tall, the stalks are also empty but I see new foliage at the base and some possible shoots. I really love this flower and would like to keep them growing. What can I do to ensure the seeding if new plants? Thank you for your time. Sheila Graham
Thank you for the reply.
Leaving the spent flowers in place will help your plant reseed itself in your garden.