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Overwintering foxglove "seedlings"

jeanmariecpjeanmariecp Posts: 1
Hello.  I hope to have some foxglove seedlings from my beautiful pink foxgloves.  I will pot them up into small pots (is this right?), but how do I keep them healthy and safe from wintery conditions.  Unfortunately I do not have a greenhouse, so they will have to be outdoors.  Please advise, thanks in advance.


  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 34,041
    They don't need protection. They're totally hardy.  :)
    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....

  • ManderMander GatesheadPosts: 109
    The ones I have are wild, I think, and they are fairly indestructible. They pop up all over the place and I just let them grow. Sometimes I pull them up and transplant them to a spot I like better but I don't do anything special to them over winter and they seem to survive just fine. 
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