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Q.Propagating A Special Foxglove

Zone 48642 zone 6A Midland, MI. | Anonymous added on July 12, 2021 | Answered

When foxgloves are done blooming they look like they have divided down at the bottom. There are multiple plants together when only one was planted. I have tried dividing especially pretty ones,or a rare color, but they never take. I’d like to be able to keep special plants going. Is there any way? I know they are biennials but thought some plant wizard might know a secret way, like root cuttings or something.

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Answered on July 28, 2021

Nope! A biennial is a biennial, unfortunately. You can plant seeds, though. This article will help:


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