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    Hollyhock Alcea rosea Light:SunPlant Height:3-8 feet tallZones:3-8Plant Type:Perennial The ultimate cottage garden choice, hollyhock sends up tall spires that cover themselves in flowers in beautiful colors. They're...read more > Plant with : Clematis, Shasta daisy, Shrub rose

  • Stephanie Rowlands

    The ultimate cottage garden choice, hollyhock sends up tall spires that cover themselves in flowers in beautiful colors. They're easy to grow from seed -- in fact, that's usually the only way they are found in garden centers.

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  • Reba Sherwood

    I need Hollyhocks in the Secret Garden Learn more about Hollyhock's on BHG site.

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Hollyhock - Lend old-fashioned charm to your perennial border with hollyhock. Known for its tall spires of colorful blooms, hollyhock is the perfect back-of-the-border plant. Old-fashioned selections can easily grow more than 6 feet tall in a spot with full sun and moist, well-drained soil.

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Hollyhock Hollyhocks have been garden favorites for generations. And what's not to love about their towering spikes of hibiscus-shape flowers? The pink-flowering types are particularly fun in the garden as they seem to blend well with everything. Name: Alcea rosea Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: 3-8 feet tall and 1-3 feet wide Zones: 3-

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