Ask a Question forum: Hollyhocks

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Name: Linda
Omaha, N.E (Zone 5b)
Always room to plant one more!
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Mar 30, 2015 4:26 PM CST
I am a bit confused, maybe it is a zone thing, I am in zone 10. I planted Hollyhock seeds in peat pots today for a
early start and the packet says about 12 days to sprouts and days to bloom 365! So I can`t count on them blooming
this summer? I use to harvest seeds from my old yard I lived at before and they would bloom again in summer.
I planned on putting the peat pots right into the ground after no frost danger and hoped for summer flowers.
You can complain because roses have thorns, or you can rejoice because they have roses!
Name: Jennifer
48036 MI (Zone 6b)
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Mar 30, 2015 4:29 PM CST
Yes, most hollyhocks are biennial

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