Annual Hollyhock Varieties - Knowledgebase Question

Name: linda seida
Levittown, PA
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Question by lseida
April 4, 1998
I have some old-fashioned hollyhocks that are perennials (biennials?). I'm hoping to find an annual variety that I can plant now in the spring and still have bloom this year. If such a thing exists, will they be just as tall as the perennial variety?And where can I find them?

Answer from NGA
April 4, 1998
Here are two varieties of annual hollyhock that are All-America winners: 'Majorette' Mixed, a 30" dwarf, and 'Summer Carnival', a double-bloomer which stands tall at 6'. Thompson & Morgan offers both (; ph# 800/274-7333. Enjoy!

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