Tips to Grow and Care for  Foxgloves flower

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‘Digitalis’ is commonly known as Foxgloves, they are native to Europe, Central Asia, and northwestern Africa. Most of their varieties are biennials that only live for two years but some varieties are also perennial.

Foxgloves flowers grow on a tall spike, with a cluster of tubular shaped flowers in different shades like purple, pink, white, and yellow.  Their leaves are green in color and grow about 10 inch long.

Depending on the variety, this plant species can grow up to 2 - 6 feet tall and spread at least 1 feet wide in all directions around the plant.

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You can grow foxgloves in both full sun or partial shade. Usually they like to grow in full sun, but it depends upon climate conditions, too much sunlight may fade their bloom color.

Foxgloves need at least 6 to 8 hours of direct sunlight each day in order to blossom profusely.

In the spring add an extra layer of compost to encourage growth. Do not add excessive nitrogen rich fertilizer in the plant, it can harm their flower's growth.

Foxgloves should be watered once or twice a week after they've sprouted. Ensure to water thoroughly.

To protect foxgloves from winter apply 3 inches of mulch around its base, if you live in borderline zone 4.

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