To Garden Foxgloves, you have to find a suitable planting location. If the area is hot, you need to plant them in part or full shade. After that, till the soil before planting when the ground can be worked in the spring. You must Use a rototiller or a spade. Then, Water the tilled area well in mid-spring after the last threat of frost has passed.
Next, Sow foxglove seeds following the seed packet directions for depth and spacing. Forth, Stake taller varieties once seedlings are several inches tall. Using a hammer or mallet, you should pound a wooden or metal stake into the soil several inches from the base of the plant. As the foxglove grows, you can secure it to the stake with twist ties or twine. After that, add a 2- to 3-inch layer of organic mulch around seedlings.
Then, Irrigate regularly. Next, cut back foxglove once it stops blooming for the season if you want. If you want the foxglove to spread seeds, you have to wait until late fall to cut the plant down to the ground. Last, Divide clumps of foxgloves every four years or so.