Hollyhock Flower Seeds

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Suffering a bit of an identity crisis, Hollyhock has been variously described as a biennial, as an annual, or as a short-lived perennial. Due to its frequent self-sowing, Hollyhock gives the perception that it is a perennial. Alternately, Hollyhock may flower during its first year if planted early enough, which proves that it may be an annual. In actuality, Hollyhock seeds are technically a biennial, and each plant will live its two-year life cycle in a wide range of soils. Easily reaching a height of 8 feet tall, plant Hollyhock seeds in your garden where they will tower with their impressive stalks and beautiful range of colors.


Indian Spring Mix Hollyhock

Indian Spring Mix Hollyhock Flower 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

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The semi-tall stalks of Indian Spring Hollyhock are filled with single and semi-double blooms in shades of pink. Prolifically blooming, Indian Spring Mix is known to bloom in its first year, which is unusual for Hollyhocks.  Blooms in about 70 days.


Flower Hollyhock Majorette Double Champagne

Flower Hollyhock Majorette Double Champagne 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds

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These lovely, frilly blooms evoke a sense of timeless romance in the garden. Chances are you associate Hollyhock with classic, country gardens, but you may be surprised how versatile this Dwarf Majorette variety can be!   Blooms in about 70 days.


Majorette Double Mixed Hollyhock

Majorette Double Mixed Hollyhock 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds

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Majorette Double Mixed Hollyhock Seeds are self-seeding biennials that can grow up to nine feet tall. They produce single blossoms in shades of white, pink, and red. Will grow well in most regions of the United States. Blooms in 70 days.


Flower Hollyhock Nigra

Flower Hollyhock Nigra 100 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds

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A true classic, Hollyhock Nigra was present in the famous gardens at Monticello! Truly a bit of history, this uniquely colored variety has been a favorite of gardeners and botanists for nearly four hundred years! Its large, single blooms are the deepest of chocolate-red, nearly black! If the history of this beautiful cultivar isn't enough for you, we're sure the unique color will be!  Blooms in about 70 days.


Single Mix Hollyhock Flower

Single Mix Hollyhock Flower 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds

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A garden classic, popularly found in English and cottage-style landscapes, Hollyhock Single Mix features lovely range of pinks and reds blooming summer into fall.   Blooms in about 70 days.


Henry VIII Hollyhock

Henry VIII Hollyhock Yellow Flower 100 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds

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Lemon Classic, single blooms fill the tall stalks of Hollyhock Henry The Eighth. This beautiful lemon yellow variety is a perennial. A favorite for its cheerful bloom and towering height - up to 8 feet!   Blooms in 70 days.


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