Pot up digitalis plants and grow them on in frost free conditions for transplanting outdoors later on. When plants are well-grown and all risk of frost has passed, acclimatise them to outdoor conditions over a period of 7 to 10 days, before planting them in borders and containers in sun or partial shade. If plants are received in the autumn, pot them up and grow them on in cool, bright, frost-free conditions over winter. Although foxgloves prefer a fertile, moist soil, they will happily tolerate almost any soil except those that are excessively dry or waterlogged.
Water foxglove plants regularly until fully established. In autumn, cut back faded foxglove flower stems to encourage plenty of new side shoots. During the winter months, move containers of Foxglove 'Illumination Pink' to a position with a minimum temperature of 0°C (32°F), and water sparingly. Lift border-grown plants and pot them up for over-wintering. Caution: All parts of digitalis plants are toxic if eaten and contact with the foliage may irritate the skin and eyes.
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By Zoe Procommenos 02-08-2015
I potted these up as soon as I received them last Autumn. This summer they have been absolutely stunning. I have cut off the flowers after they have died and am now waiting to see if side shoots appear.
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Evergreen? Ever brown!
By Juliet Foster 11-06-2015
I thought this would be a more than lovely addition the garden - a perennial foxglove that will remai evergreen and be back every year. When it arrived it was wilting and I thought poor thing had a hard journey, let it get some rest and light and water. Every day since then, it had become more and more lifeless. Twenty days after des[atch from Thompson and Morgan it is mor ebrown than green and does not look likely to make it through one year never mind returning year on year! I will be seding a letter of complaint after this via email although my last two emails concerning more than two other purchases have yet to be answered. Maybe I'll get a response in time for the non-arrival of next spring's perennially flowering foxglove!
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