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Alcea rosea Chaters White Icicle

seeds of these wonderful Alcea rosea Chater's White Icicle eye-catching 6 foot tall biennials hardy in zones 3-9. No pre-treatment necessary, just sow seeds just below the soil surface at 70 degrees and water. These double blossoms are in most wonderful creamy white. These are biennials that bloom in July-September in full sun and reseed readily for next year.Alcea icesickle
Alcea rosea Chaters White Icicle

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Seeds from these wonderful Alcea rosea Chaters White Icicle eye catching 6 foot tall biennials hardy in zones 3 to 9. No pretreatment necessary, just sow seeds just below the soil surface at 70 degrees and water. These double blossoms are in most wonderful creamy white. These are biennials that bloom in July to September in full sun and reseed readily for next year.



Alcea rosea Creme de Cassis

seeds of these wonderful Alcea rosea Creme de Cassis. Although technically biannuals if you let these reseed you can have them every year. No pre-treatment necessary, just sow seeds just below the soil surface at 70 degrees and water. These beautiful 2-tone, semi-double and single blooms are all found on a single stem. 3-4" flowers are white with raspberry veining and a yellow eye. Will produce more flowers in cooler climates. These are biennials that bloom in July-September in full sunseeds of these wonderful Alcea rosea Creme de Cassis. Although technically biannuals if you let these reseed you can have them every year. No pre-treatment necessary, just sow seeds just below the soil surface at 70 degrees and water. These beautiful 2-tone, semi-double and single blooms are all found on a single stem. 3-4" flowers are white with raspberry veining and a yellow eye. Will produce more flowers in cooler climates. These are biennials that bloom in July-September in full sun
Alcea rosea Creme de Cassis

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Seeds from these wonderful Alcea rosea Creme de Cassis. Although technically biannuals if you let these reseed you can have them every year. No pretreatment necessary, just sow seeds just below the soil surface at 70 degrees and water. These 2-tone, semidouble and single blooms are all found on a single stem. 3 to 4 inch flowers are white with raspberry veining and a yellow eye. Will produce more flowers in cooler climates. These are biennials that bloom in July to September in full sun.



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