Foxglove season has come and gone, late April and early May was peak blooming around our garden. In those early days of the spring garden the tall flower spikes of the foxgloves were a welcome sight to see as all of the other plants were growing and working their way into filling in. It helps that the deer steer quite clear of the foxglove so we never have to worry about an impending bloom being eaten and coming home to a disappointing scene. The only downside to foxglove is their biennial nature but such is the way the garden goes—sometimes you have to be patient to wait for a tiny window of blooming beauty.
We’re out of foxglove seeds, other than what our plants may have produced. Time will tell if any new plants will germinate but in the meantime I need to order or buy some seeds to get sown for future blooms!