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by dan@modernblacksmith on January 19, 2006 06:18 AM
if I sow foxgloves in the spring will they flower this summer or will it be the next season?

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by Gardencrazy on January 19, 2006 06:48 AM
Hi! Welcome to the site. [wavey]
If you plant this spring they will bloom next year. They also reseed readily after they bloom.

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by alankhart on January 19, 2006 08:30 AM
It actually depends on the cultivar and how early you start them. Two cultivars will bloom the first year from seed if started early...they are Foxy and Camelot Series. I started several Camelot ones about ten days ago and they have already germinated. I have them under grow lights indoors. As mentioned, they do reseed so you may not have to grow more...I do just to be on the safe side, and because they are one of my favorite plants.

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by dan@modernblacksmith on January 19, 2006 09:20 AM
they're my favorite too, but I've never grown them, I have the excelsior type.

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