The Hollyhock flower is a garden classic and New Mexico summer ornament. We have collected seeds from our grandparent's garden (in photo) where hundreds of Hollyhocks have bloomed for generations. We hope to pass on the same sense of summer nostalgia we gain from this beautiful flower.
Biennial; Iconic, pollinator-friendly blooms
Mid - Late season, blooms summer into fall
Prefers full sun exposure
Sow them outside about a week before last frost. Hollyhock seeds only need to be planted right below the soil, no more than 1/4-inch (.6 cm.) deep. Hollyhock plants should be about 2 feet (61 cm.) apart to grow well.