We bought some foxgloves a month or so ago.
We planted two out straight away, one died and one seems to have shrunk to almost nothing - see photo below. We kept one in the greenhouse.
I was hoping for some advice on if the small one will recover and if now be a ok to plant the one in the greenhouse out?
My plants in the open garden are, after a fairly "dormant" winter of no growth, showing signs of real vigour, which is what I would expect.
I would take the one plant that is looking ok, gradually harden if off to accustomise it to normal temperatures, and then plant it out.
That said, it looks like we are in for some unseasonably temperatures over the next few days. I would put the potted plant in a shady place, make sure it is protected from any extreme temperatures over night, and then plant out in the border.
Others might have different/better advice. As with all things horticultural, there is rarely one simple answer!