Beatiful aint it????

Foxgloves thrive in Zones 4-10. In hot areas they should be kept in partial to full shade.
They need moist but well-drained, slightly acid soil.

Plant foxgloves 15 to 18 inches apart.
Start foxglove seeds in summer for bloom the next year.
Sow the seeds in mid- to late spring to get flowers the following summer.
In exposed areas, staking may be required for taller varieties. Good mulching is a must.
To prevent overcrowding, divide clumps after three or four years of flowering.

Waiting for the cold winter to pass by so that I can start gardening again:)