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You can accidentally shake the seeds out of them. They'll grow fairly easily for you. Scatter them in the intended locations and wait. - you won't get the flowers in the first year, they are biennials, from the second year on, they should organise themselves, if they're happy with the locations.Ok thanks for that.
Now I’m not sure if this is possible, legal or moral but on my regular walk I’ve noticed wild foxgloves. Is it possible to take cuttings? And if it is how best is it to do ?
Because of the biennial issue, it's worth initially sowing them for two successive years, to hide the 'first year' effect in the future.
Be careful not to treat the first year growths as weeds...