- Sow June-mid July into seed trays and keep warm (but not hot) and moist
- When the seedlings are large enough to handle pot on and then plant out where they are to grow in September
- Will flower the following year
- Tall flowers ideal for back of a border
Hollyhock Summer Carnival – 50 Seeds
A hardy cottage garden favourite. Bright pinks, yellows, reds and whites….very colourful and cheerful (The image is of just one of these colours).
Hollyhocks are ideal for the back of a border or against a wall and bring a lovely vintage vibe to any garden.
Sow in May to early July into seed trays and leave outside as it is too hot in a greenhouse for them. Keep the seeds warm and moist whilst they germinate. When the seedlings are large enough to handle pot on and then plant out where they are to grow in September. They will over-winter happily in the garden and flower the following summer.
Everyone (and i mean everyone) needs Hollyhocks in their garden!
Please note that the image is of a single colour but these Hollyhocks are a mixture of bright pinks, yellows, reds and whites.