Foxglove Plants

Overwatering Foxglove

bryjul654 added on August 6, 2015 | Answered

I have one Foxglove in Northern Kentucky, I watered it a lot, and now the stems are bent and feel waterlogged. Is there such a thing as overwatering a Foxglove?

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Answered on August 6, 2015

Yes, you can over water foxgloves, just as you can other plants. While they like to be kept moist, they should not be waterlogged. Allow the soil to dry somewhat before adding more water. If the plant is currently suffering from too much moisture, definitely let it dry some. It should perk up on its own.

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