Foxglove seeds, also known as digitalis grow beautiful bell shaped flowers spikes on long stems. They will give beautiful displays of colour in your garden in early summer and can also be used as cut flowers and used in vases around the home. They are a must-have in any cottage garden. Foxgloves are biennial plants, so they will flower in the second year, and they self seed! Tiny seeds will appear beneath the plant.
Sow foxglove seed from March to June, ideally in a seed tray, and then place into a propagator. Seedlings should show within 3 weeks. They flower in early summer from June to July the following year. When large enough to handle, plant seedlings into their flowering position, preferably in full sun. Due to their height, the back of a border is a good position.