When to sow: Direct sow in the fall.
Special treatment: Requires cold moist stratification. Needs light and constant moisture to germinate. False foxglove has been described as hemiparasitic; that is, it lives on the nutrients provided by another plant but it is fully capable of photosynthesis. May be planted at the root base of a wide variety of local native host grasses.
Fresh or dried seed: Fresh
Planting depth: Surface sow. Do not cover seed.
Preferred temperature for germination: ?
Days to germination: ?
Vegetative propagation: No