Answer: It sounds perfectly normal to me. After the flowers fade, cut the flowering stem down to foliage level. This will encourage new flowering stems. As your foxglove gets larger and has a greater reserve of energy in the roots, it will produce several flowering stems at once. If you prune the flower stems back as soon as the flowers begin to fade, your foxglove will continue produce new flowering stems.
Enjoy your beautiful plant!
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