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Hi, Can anyone help, I planted Foxglove seed's last year, in the greenhouse, now most of them have grown into nice small plant's about a couple of inches high, and got through the winter, now I was wondering when is the best time to put them outside, should I harden them off first or just prepare the ground I am thinking of putting them and plant them out, I would be grateful for any ideas's . Thank's. 


  • landgirl100landgirl100 Posts: 655

    Foxgloves are hardy over winter, but as you've kept them inside you will need to harden them off gradually. Plant them out in their final position any time, once they are used to being outside.

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