The Q&A Archives: Foxy Foxglove

Question: when the flowered vine becomes to heavy and tips over or when the flower has withered, do I cut the bottom of the flowered vine to promote faster blooming?

Answer: Yes, when the flowers are spent, cut the flowering stalk down to foliage level. Your foxglove should produce one or two new flowering stalks later this season.


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