Yes, they'll be normal Fishy.
Now I know they'll be ok cos you said so nut
Just thinking about foxgloves and their seeds germinating,I've noticed they seem to produce two pairs of embryonic leaves before their first true leaves.At least it appears that way,the second pair are smooth and only the third display the furriness we associate with foxgloves.Would that be correct or impossible?
Also its interesting to note that as a general rule,plants that produce tiny seeds (foxglove,poppy) have thousands.Clearly evolution drives this factor,plants with bigger seeds tend to have a much higher survival ratio.Of the foxglove seeds I sowed in trays,assuming the packet is correct in stating there are an estimated 3000 seeds in one pack,I sowed roughly half the pack in my trays which would be say,1500 seeds? Of those,I have 16 baby plants so far that have been big enough to pot on,there's maybe about the same again still in the trays (run out of compost).So 32 potential adult foxgloves from 1500 seeds