Foxglove is a biennial plant and will flower on this years growth.
The plant flowers, throws seed, it germinates and those plantlets stay
over winter in the soil and bloom in spring. The plant which bloomed
this year will be dead. With that in mind, check around for any
germinated seeds on the soil and after the soil freezes, put down some
mulch, but lighty.
On Sat, 12 Aug 2006 19:46:28 -0500, "Ron H"
I have a nice bed of about 2 dozen foxglove. Should I plan to mulch them
after it freezes or leave them exposed?
Ron H. in West Central Wisconsin
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