The Hollyhock is a long-blooming summer bloomer with numerous flowers on tall spikes. Generally, Hollyhock will bloom the first year if growing from cuttings. If it is propagated from seed, it will not bloom until the next year.
Dec 02 2021By LisaSmith
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Hollyhocks usually grow from seed, which need two years to finish the life cycle. During the first year, the hollyhock plant seeds germinate, grow a root system and a rosette of leaves.
When the seed pods turn black in the middle, the edge is yellow, and the bracts are yellowish-green, it's time to harvest the hollyhock seeds (usually in late summer or early fall).
Nov 22 2021By LisaSmith
Hollyhocks are biennials or short-lived perennials, which means that it needs two years to finish the life cycle. During the first year, the hollyhock plant see
To protect the Hollyhocks, it is best to plant the Hollyhock near a wall or in a corner of a fenced garden in a sunny and well-draining spot. You can also plant the Hollyhock with other plants of similar height.
Hollyhock flowers are racemes with single or unripe petals. Flower color varies from purple, pink, red, white and other colors. Hollyhocks (Alcea rosea) bloom mid-summer with numerous flowers on tall spikes.
Nov 24 2021By LisaSmith
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