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plant it insome not too sticky soil in the sun damien. Not much like a foxglove but very nice as long as it doesn't get rust.
I'm growing them from seed for the first time - I have read that they should be spaced 60cm apart, and can be cut right back and mulched after dying back, to prolong life. I believe my seedlings shouldn't be planted out until all risk of frost has passed, is this correct?
I love both, and sow foxglove by scattering seeds in a shady
area then transplant when large enough.
hollyhock i sow in pots.
yes rust is a problem on mine, but i just remove the leaf that has it
and it does not seem to hurt the flower stem at all.