Hollyhock Seeds - Mix of Various Colors / Approximately 100 seeds
The mix might include White, Light Pink, Red, Dark Pink, Purple. We cannot guarantee that all colors will be in the mix, however, it will be a beautiful variety of Hollyhock seeds. A classic garden staple, hollyhocks (alcea rosea) bloom mid-summer with numerous flowers on tall spikes. Many of the most common varieties are biennials, meaning they complete their lifecycle over 2 years. The first year is spent growing foliage and storing energy. In the second year, the stalks shoot up, flowers bloom and seeds form. However, there are also many varieties that behave like short-lived perennials and will flower in their first year when planted early enough in spring or started indoors in winter.
Other than staking and cutting the stalks back after flowering, hollyhocks really don’t require much maintenance. Hollyhocks support the lifecycle of painted lady butterflies as a host plant for their caterpillars and also attract other pollinators such as bees and hummingbirds.