Posted: 19/08/2013 at 22:17
Hi Sean. Gardeners generally reckon to sow foxglove seeds when the current foxgloves are in flower. In nature foxgloves have to flower, make seed, then wait for it to ripen before sowing their own seed. Mine are doing that now so I think you could.
The others you mention I'd keep til spring
However there are a lot of plants, especially wild plants, that benefit from autumn sowing, for some it's essential. what else have you got?