|When and how do you spreac foxglove seeds|
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Foxgloves are biennials and make a rosette of foliage the first year followed by blooms the second. In cold climates, foxglove are usually sown after the last spring frost, to flower the following year. Warm-climate gardeners can so in late summer or early autumn. Scatter the seeds and gently press them into moist soil. You could also start seeds indoors 8 to 10 weeks before transplanting outside in spring. Once established, foxglove often self-sows. Good luck with your foxglove.