Hollyhock

    Alcea rosea
Alcea rosea of the Mallow-family is biannual and perennial originating in China. It is a tall and stately plant with the flowers growing directly on the stalk, thriving in deep nutritious soil in sunny, sheltered places. It should be protected against black frost in spring. Cut off the stalk after the blooming is over! The plant will winter better and bloom again. Keep a mutual space of 40 cm!

SOWING: Sow 1.5 cm deep directly in May-June or in a hotbed for setting out later.

SEEDS: 110/g, one portion yields 25-30 plants.
Hollyhock, Single, organic seeds
Is an old variant of single flowers and mixed colours. White, salmon and pink. It is hardy and winters easily and grows 150-200 cm tall. One portion yields 25-30 seedlings.

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Black Hollyhock
Alcea Rosea Nigra is not really black but deeply dark-violet. The flowers are single and are used as natural colouring agents yielding a wonderful colour to among other things, herbal teas. The "˜blac...

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