Q.We Do Not Have Brutally Cold Winters With Winds, What Should We Do With Foxglove For Winter?
Your article on wintering foxgloves was eyeopening. Never heard of biennial before. But Southern California is not Montana. Can you include more than one climate, and extreme at that, in articles? I am guessing that here we just do nothing when foxglove dies back?
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Correct. They will appreciate being planted in some shade in warmer climates, but leaving them alone will give you the best results. They WILL NOT flower until their second year, being a biennial.
Here is an article geared towards their, general, care: