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Foxglove plants are delightful in the garden. I started mine from seeds. (What do you do with a thousand sprouts? - That's another story!) It was a pleasure to find that my plants had made babies, but what to do with them? This is how I split mine to make new plants.
Name: Margy Stinson
Huntington, IN - near Fort Way (Zone 5b)
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Jul 3, 2017 9:28 AM CST
|I want my foxglove to multiply and wonder if I must leave the dead flower heads in order for them to drop seeds? The above article seems to say "no," but I want to be sure before I deadhead.
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