Mass planting of purple foxglove flowers.


Foxglove flowers are very popular and lend a classy touch to any garden. They’re easy to grow, but they do need the right conditions for them to thrive. Find out what you need to know about growing and caring for foxglove flowers in our guides down below. Happy gardening!

How to Overwinter Foxgloves

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Foxgloves offer charm, ease, and color that few other plants can match. If you’re eager to see your foxgloves thriving next spring, learn how to provide your plants with the winter care they need to grow bigger and stronger when the warm weather returns. We’ll talk about annual, biennial, and perennial foxgloves.

How to Grow and Care for Common Foxglove

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Common foxglove features tubular blossoms in shades of cream, pink, purple, red, yellow, and white on tall upright stalks that are attractive to bees and hummingbirds. It’s a biennial for USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9, and grows as an annual in all temperate zones. Learn how to grow and care for foxglove in your garden.

How to Harvest and Save Foxglove Seeds

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Tall, colorful, and unique, foxgloves are hard to ignore in the garden. Maybe you’re wondering how you can extend your row and share their beauty. Why not collect the seeds from your own plants? Read more now to learn everything about harvesting and storing the tiny seeds produced by your favorite foxgloves.

11 of the Best Foxglove Varieties for Your Garden

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With tubular flowers packed on tall spikes, foxgloves brighten any garden. In shades of pink, blue, purple, orange, and more, there’s a color to match any taste. Some blooms point gracefully downward. Others are level or upward-pointing, showing off speckled throats. Discover 11 of the best foxglove varieties now.