Next year's foxglove flower spike?
I started some Pam's Split' off this year in February, one of the best growers has a flower spike, should I remove if I want it to perform next year?
Central Norfolk UK
Leave it to flower. You started it off earlier than it would grow naturally so it’s behaving like an annual.
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I agree, sowing early is a good way to get late flowering Foxgloves
Ok will leave it be. I think I prefer the idea of foxgloves being an early summer plant for some reason .I didn't really think that it may flower late summer/autumn when I started it. I have others on the go so should be good either way. Thanks