Country Romance Mix Hollyhock Seeds and Plants at Burpee.com... This is the old-fashioned perennial hollyhock that is so hard to find. Try it along a fence or plant with verbascum for a special look. A blend of rose, white, maroon, yellow and pink, large 3-5 single flowers are produced abundantly on stalks 5-7 ft, July to September. Grows best in full sun.
cool idea, but the flowers don't want to grow in the part of the bucket that is shaded. this person must have just planted these flowers because there is no way the pansies inside the bucket would bloom.