The Q&A Archives: Planting HollyHocks

Question: How big of a container do I need to keep Holly Hocks in, as well as Shasta Daisies?

Answer: Shasta daisies develop a large root system so a 24" container should be used. As the plant outgrows the container you can divide and replant. Hollyhocks should have at least 18" of soil depth to accommodate their roots. Enjoy your new plants!

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