|I bought a camelot rose foxglove this morning from Home Depot. It is about 2' high. It has 2 stems, both about equal strength and height. They both seem to come off one main root. should I plant this as is, with 2 stems, or try to separate them? HAT
|Answer from NGA
May 3, 2010
|A foxglove can have multiple stems, but they originate from the same plant so you can't really separate your plant and end up with two. I'd leave it alone and simply enjoy double the flowers!
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