Foxglove (digitalis) seedlings question

rayliveshereAugust 12, 2007

I sowed several packets of foxglove seed late this spring and now the seedlings are ready for transplant/thinning. Should I transplant them into desired locations in garden or into cells to overwinter in greenhouse? Concern is the late start, and whether the young plants will stand a chance of overwintering outside... Any suggestions appreciated.

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Move them into the desired location. They will do fine over the winter and will be ready to flower next year. If you over-winter them in the greenhouse, they may try flowering there and be ready to discard by the time spring arrives.

    Bookmark   August 12, 2007 at 12:25PM
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