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Question: when can you plant hollyhocks

Answer: If you have container grown transplants, you can plant any time from early spring through fall (allow 8 to 10 weeks before the ground freezes). Planting in midsummer is stressful, so prepare the soil deeply and make sure to water as needed to keep the soil evenly moist while they establish. If you have collected seeds, you can plant them in the garden this fall or next spring. Or, you can start them indoors early next spring and transplant in mid spring.

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