When planted in the fall these foxgloves behave like any biennial. They will establish their roots over winter, and then follow the following spring or summer. When planted in early spring, these first year flowering (FYF) will usually flower the same year. If planted after the soil has warmed, they will generally wait until the following year to flower. So plant them out a few weeks before your last spring frost if you want to see flowers in the same year.
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