Because of their height, foxgloves may tend to droop under their own weight. You can help support them by tying them to a stake or by straightening a clothes hanger, inserting the straight end into the ground, and wrapping the hook around the plant to hold it up straight.
When the flowers
begin to fade, cut the spike from the foliage. This will encourage new shoots from the sides. Plant them in partial to mostly shade in rich, well-drained soil. Because they grow to a height of two to six feet, locate foxglove in the back of your flower garden
Keep them watered and weeded during their first year of growth. Because they're biennials, they won't flower
until their second year. When the leaves die down in fall, cover the base of the plants with fallen leaves or hay.