(Alcea rosea except as noted) Biennial.

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Double Carnival Blush Pink Hollyhock

Double Carnival Blush Pink Hollyhock FL191

Annual or biennial—Stunning, carnation-pink blooms on 6- to 7-foot spires.... Read More
Double Carnival Rosy Red Hollyhock

Double Carnival Rosy Red Hollyhock FL192

Annual or biennial—Fantastic, showy 3- to 4-inch blooms are of deep rose.... Read More
Double Majorette Brown Red Hollyhock

Double Majorette Brown Red Hollyhock FL193

Annual or biennial—Flowers are double, but more of a collarette type, opening... Read More
Dwarf Queeny Mixed - Hollyhock

Dwarf Queeny Mixed - Hollyhock FL429

(Alcea rosea) Compact form, 2-3 feet high, is ideal for bedding use, small... Read More
Indian Spring - Hollyhock

Indian Spring - Hollyhock FL420

(Alcea rosea) Wonderful shades of soft to bright pink flowers. Tall plants... Read More
Jet Black or Nigra Hollyhock

Jet Black or Nigra Hollyhock FL421

This variety was mentioned in 1629 and was planted in the gardens at Monticello... Read More
Majorette Double Champagne -Hollyhock

Majorette Double Champagne -Hollyhock FL423

(Alcea rosea) Romantic, soft, blushing pink flowers with darker pink centers;... Read More
Majorette Double Yellow -Hollyhock

Majorette Double Yellow -Hollyhock FL424

(Alcea rosea) A hard-to-find variety with pretty, canary-yellow blooms.... Read More
Queeny Lilac - Rose - Hollyhock

Queeny Lilac - Rose - Hollyhock FL425

(Alcea rosea) A beautiful dwarf variety in the "Queeny" series developed... Read More
Queeny White Hollyhock

Queeny White Hollyhock FL196

Annual or biennial--Bushy plants reach only 2 feet in height, clothe themselves... Read More
Queeny Yellow Hollyhock

Queeny Yellow Hollyhock FL197

Annual or biennial—Soft pastel yellow to almost ivory flowers. Compact... Read More
Zebrina - Hollyhock

Zebrina - Hollyhock FL427

(Malva sylvestris) Not a true hollyhock, but growing much the same, this... Read More
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