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Alcea rosea Giant Hollyhocks

Alcea rosea Giant Hollyhocks wonderful eye-catching 8 foot tall annuals. No pre-treatment necessary, just sow seeds just below the soil surface at 70 degrees and water. These seeds of in all shades of pink from dark crimson to the palest of pinks. These are biennials that bloom in July-September in full sun.
Alcea rosea Giant Hollyhocks

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Seeds from Alcea rosea Giant Hollyhocks Seeds from these wonderful eye catching 8 foot tall annuals. No pretreatment necessary, just sow seeds just below the soil surface at 70 degrees and water. These Seeds from in all shades of pink from dark crimson to the palest of pinks. These are biennials that bloom in July to September in full sun.



Alcea rosea King Henry VIII Rose

Seeds of these wonderful eye-catching 8 foot tall biannuals Alcea King Henry VIII rose. No pre-treatment necessary, just sow seeds inside or out just below the soil surface at 70 degrees and water. These seeds produce blooms in this wonderful single silky rose shade with a light gold center. These are biennials that bloom in July-September in full sun. Easy to grow in zones 3-8.
Alcea rosea King Henry VIII Rose

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Seeds from these wonderful eye catching 8 foot tall biannuals Alcea King Henry VIII rose. No pretreatment necessary, just sow seeds inside or out - just below the soil surface at 70 degrees and water. These seeds produce blooms in this wonderful single silky rose shade with a light gold center. These are biennials that bloom in July to September in full sun. Easy to grow in zones 3 to 8.



Alcea rosea Mix

Seeds of this wonderful Alcea rosea Mix. This is a random mixture of many types of hollyhawks, not necessary any of the pictures above. This is a random mixture of many types of hollyhawks, not necessary any of the pictures above.
Alcea rosea Mix

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Seeds from this wonderful Alcea rosea Mix. This is a random mixture of many types of hollyhocks, not necessary any of the pictures above. 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 semidouble and single blooms and heights 3 to 8 feet tall are all included in this mix. Will produce more flowers in cooler climates. These are biennials that bloom in July to September in full sun.



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