Pruning Foxgloves - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Ron Faulkenberry
Quinby, SC
Question by jrf154
February 19, 2000
It is Feb. in zone 8.and my foxgloves remainded bushy &green through the winter. Should I cut them back or leave them. If yes, How?


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Answer from NGA
February 19, 2000

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Foxgloves normally retain a rosette of foliage. If they are the perennial type and bloomed last year, remove the tall flower stem by trimming it off at the base. Otherwise, remove only any badly tattered foliage and leave the rest alone.

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