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Q.perennial foxgloves not flowering

Anonymous added on October 4, 2020 | Answered

My wife loves foxgloves, this spring I bought 10 perennial foxgloves I have 10 large plants but no flowers, do I dig them up? or plant some biannual next year.

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Answered on October 6, 2020

Foxgloves are biennial, so the first year you only get foliage, the second year they bloom. When they do bloom, if you want them to reseed for the following year, stop deadheading the plants in late summer so they can go to seed, or at least leave a few plants to go to seed.


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