Last spring I planted two foxglove plants. After adoring them in photos on Pinterest, I really wanted to try to grow some in our garden. They are one of the prettiest cut-flowers.
Well, good news is, they grew…and grew :)
Of course, I had to clip a few stalks to bring inside to enjoy. I had no idea they would really grow 3 to 4 ft tall! They are amazing.
If you plan to try growing foxgloves in your garden, you might do a little research first. There are a few things you will want to consider, and I think you will find THIS ARTICLE very informative. Also, there is a lot more info on Pinterest.
I planted the foxgloves in a spot where they get morning sun…and at the hottest time of day, they are in the shade.
This spring, we’ve had much more rain than usual…and I’m sure the foxgloves are loving it :)
Have you grown foxgloves in your garden?
What are your favorite cut flowers?
Remember…come back and join me on Thursday for #salvageswagger where I’ll reveal a project I’ve been working on for the Repurpose Design Series.