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Also known as Alcea, Hollyhock is a popular ornamental flowering plant native to Asia and Europe. It has a erect growth habit, adorning lobed or toothed leaves. Hollyhock's wide petals attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Blooms come in shades of pink, yellow, purple, and white. A popular plant in Japanese culture, the flower appears on the official Japanese seal.


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Hollyhock Chaters Double Mixture Seed
Price: $10.40
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Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-08534P -

Alcea rosea  6 to 8 feet. Double blossoms of pink, red, rose, yellow, copper, scarlet, white, purple, and maroon.

Hollyhock Indian Spring Seed
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Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-11995P -

Indian Spring Hollyhock Flower Seed MixThis 4 to 5 foot perennial blooms the first season.

Hollyhock Powderpuffs Double Mix Seed
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Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-08590P -

Alcea rosea  Excellent tall background plant for the perennial border. Large, fully double, powderpuff-like blooms of pink, white, apricot rose-red and yellow that are attractive to butterflies and bees.

Hollyhock Queeny Purple Seed
Price: $10.40
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Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-08496P -

Alcea rosea  AAS Winner for 2004. This short hollyhock will reach a mature height of only 20 to 30 inches. This offers much greater flexibility in placement in the garden. The frilly edged blooms are a 'powder puff' type having a cushion center. They measure 3 to 4 inches across and are produced abundantly throughout the season. 'Queeny Purple' is an annual that will flower prolifically the first year from a February or March sowing.

Hollyhock Summer Carnival Mix Seed
Price: $1.89-$5.00
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Mountain Valley Seed Co. Item #: TL-18077P -

4 to 6 feet. This great hollyhock starts blooming lower in the plant than most others. Beautiful double and semi-double blossoms in many shades of pink, yellow, rose, and red. This strain will bloom in four months from planting. It will bloom the first year if started early. While this hollyhock is usually listed as an annual, it will often overwinter is zones 3 to 9. Reseeds easily. Attracts both hummingbirds and butterflies.