This year I grew some Foxglove Excelsiors in our front garden - last year I attempted to grow some of the 'perennial' foxgloves (or they were labelled as such at the garden centre) and they died after I cut down their flower stalks. The Excelsiors did really well and I left them a little too long and missed collecting the seeds. However I've just spotted what I think looks like seedlings, and before I get too excited at the thought of my first plant self seeding I thought I best check in as to whether they look like Foxglove seedlings - or if they're another form of weed.
Some more of the same in a different area of the bed (please ignore the other weeds).
Same area but close up.
I think the leaves do look similar to what the foxgloves were like. However I hadn't thought that seedlings would take off so soon - it's not long since the big plants had died off and I removed them. Or could it be some seeds from the type I grew last year?
If they are seedlings should I leave them in the bed as they are for now, and then in the Spring once they're bigger move them to a more ideal location?
Thanks for any help and advice,