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I have a lot of Foxglove 'Alba' plants in my greenhouse now which were sown from seed last year. They have done well over the winter and are looking healthy. Can anyone tell me if it's still too early to plant them out in the garden now? I'd like to make room in my greenhouse for other seeds if possible.

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  • Posted: Thu. 28th February 2013 11:22

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Reply from Charlotte Barnes @hawky79

Need to leave it a few more weeks, so long as good growth I would plant them out into ground first week of Spring around 25th March. Frost is the main concern for young plants but if you have a sheltered spot to plant them in you could erect a fleece frame around them and they will be ok too. @hawky79

  • Posted: Thu. 28th February 2013 14:21