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just purchased 10 young perennial plants got them in the ground with a nice rich mulch with other cottage plants was just wondering will i get a good display with flowers etc in the summer? also will they all be there next year as ive purchased perennial foxgloves before and they've vanished

Hi GFW , which part of the uk do u live, i am up north i have been looking for foxglove plants , was your supplier a national chain , let me know pal

Matty2

As far as I know perennial foxgloves were a new introduction last year. Most foxglves are biennial

Until these new foxgloves were introduced last year I believe there has not been a truly perennial foxglove. I have never been able to keep foxgloves into their second year. . People often think they have perennial ones but they are likely to be seedlings

All well and good prens or biens, where can you purchase small plants now in uk

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All well and good prens or biens, where can you purchase small plants now in uk

What sort of small plants-annuals etc??

You can order plugs on line-some GC sell them.

Matty2

Suttons, T&M, Parkers, GC's loads of places

BrummieBen

http://www.gardenersworld.com/forum/plants/those-lovely-perenial-foxgloves-being-touted/75318.html

Our local garden centre sells them in 9 cm pots. Why not look online D T Brown advertises foxglove plants

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