planting foxglove plugs and cup and saucer (campanula) plugs

Asked October 11, 2015, 9:27 AM EDT

I am thinking of ordering trays of above to plant in early Spring. I have to give Harris Seeds three months lead time to order them. They will be ready to place in the ground once they arrive. I have forgotten when they bloom in early Spring. I believe the Foxglove are first. Can you advise when I should put both in the ground?

Anne Arundel County Maryland

1 Response

Both of these plants begin blooming in June, so you could place them in the ground as soon as the soil is dry enough to cultivate. You could do this anytime in April or early May.