• Black Currant Whirl Hollyhock

    Black Currant Whirl Hollyhock

    Attractive, big, double flowers in shades of blackberry and whirled with a touch of cream! One of the most attractive hollyhocks you can grow. Tall stalks are loaded with these delicious-looking blooms--perfect for growing along a fence, your mailbox or the old “out-house”. Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Dwarf Queeny Mixed - Hollyhock

    Dwarf Queeny Mixed - Hollyhock

    New! (Alcea rosea) Compact form, 2-3 feet high, is ideal for bedding use, small enough to grow in pots! Huge, fully double blooms held all along the stems. Contains the full range of hollyhock colors: purple, red, rose, pink, salmon, yellow and white. Contains 35 seeds heirloom seeds

  • Fig-Leafed Hollyhock

    Fig-Leafed Hollyhock

    (A. ficifolia) Species form of the common hollyhock that is not bothered by rust. Deeply indented leaves, 5-petaled, single flowers, and mixed colors. Old-fashioned plant cultivated since at least the 1600’s and known for its beautiful flowers that add a certain Victorian charm to any fence row. Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Hollyhock Creme de Cassis

    Hollyhock Creme de Cassis

    Move over, powderpuff Hollyhocks! This new wide-open, brilliantly-colored variety is the most elegant yet, with a merry mixture of flower forms and rich shades! Deep blackcurrant (with a white edge) in cool climates, bright berry with a wide white margin in warmer areas, this diva keeps you guessing about everything except the quantity and beauty of its blooms!Most Hollyhocks are single-, semi-, or fully-double flowered, but Creme de Cassis cannot be pinned down. Not only does the petal count vary from plant to plant, it changes along every stalk! Overdressed doubles rub shoulders with blazing singles on these massive 5-…

  • Hollyhock Halo Red

    Hollyhock Halo Red

    For arresting color that dominates the landscape, you can't go wrong with Hollyhock Halo Red! This new single-flowered variety is taller, more floriferous, and simply brighter than all that have gone before . . . and your sunny border is about to reap all the rewards!These single-flowered blooms boast lacquer-red petals so glossy they look as if you polished them. At the base of each bloom is a blush of golden-yellow, creating a halo effect that is most arresting. Big, closely spaced, and eager to bloom over a long early- to midsummer season, these are blooms to fall in love…

  • Hollyhock Peaches 'n' Dreams

    Hollyhock Peaches 'n' Dreams

    Exceptionally double, gigantic rounded blooms of softest peachy-yellow, many blushed with pink, festoon the tall, sturdy stalks of this old-fashioned favorite! The plump green buds burst into bloom beginning at the base of the 5- to 6-foot stalks and working their way to the tip, giving you fresh blooms for weeks. Despite the exquisitely delicate look of the blooms, these cottage-garden mainstays are extremely tough, surviving even severe winters unfazed!Easy to grow in full sun and almost any well-drained soil, this perennial blooms the second year from seed. Quite drought-tolerant. Growth is even faster with a top-dressing of cow manure!…

  • Hollyhock Spring Celebrities Carmine Rose

    Hollyhock Spring Celebrities Carmine Rose

    Welcome to the new name in Hollyhocks: brilliantly colored, dwarf Spring Celebrities! Less than 3 feet tall, these plants are well-branched and simply covered with big blooms over a long season. If you're looking for a plant that works equally well in the garden or container, with strong stems that can be cut for the vase, Spring Celebrities will be the new star of your sunny garden.These blooms are 2½ to 3 inches wide, with an outer layer of wide, flat petals topped by a ruffled, frilly center. The petals are slightly notched, creating a pleated look at the center…

  • Hollyhock Spring Celebrities Crimson

    Hollyhock Spring Celebrities Crimson

    Welcome to the new name in Hollyhocks: brilliantly colored, dwarf Spring Celebrities! Less than 3 feet tall, these plants are well-branched and simply covered with big blooms over a long season. If you're looking for a plant that works equally well in the garden or container, with strong stems that can be cut for the vase, Spring Celebrities will be the new star of your sunny garden.These blooms are 2½ to 3 inches wide, with an outer layer of wide, flat petals topped by a ruffled, frilly center. The petals are slightly notched, creating a pleated look at the center…

  • Hollyhock Spring Celebrities Lemon

    Hollyhock Spring Celebrities Lemon

    Welcome to the new name in Hollyhocks: brilliantly colored, dwarf Spring Celebrities! Less than 3 feet tall, these plants are well-branched and simply covered with big blooms over a long season. If you're looking for a plant that works equally well in the garden or container, with strong stems that can be cut for the vase, Spring Celebrities will be the new star of your sunny garden.These blooms are 2½ to 3 inches wide, with an outer layer of wide, flat petals topped by a ruffled, frilly center. The petals are slightly notched, creating a pleated look at the center…

  • Hollyhock Spring Celebrities Purple

    Hollyhock Spring Celebrities Purple

    Welcome to the new name in Hollyhocks: brilliantly colored, dwarf Spring Celebrities! Less than 3 feet tall, these plants are well-branched and simply covered with big blooms over a long season. If you're looking for a plant that works equally well in the garden or container, with strong stems that can be cut for the vase, Spring Celebrities will be the new star of your sunny garden.These blooms are 2½ to 3 inches wide, with an outer layer of wide, flat petals topped by a ruffled, frilly center. The petals are slightly notched, creating a pleated look at the center…

  • Hollyhock Spring Celebrities White

    Hollyhock Spring Celebrities White

    Welcome to the new name in Hollyhocks: brilliantly colored, dwarf Spring Celebrities! Less than 3 feet tall, these plants are well-branched and simply covered with big blooms over a long season. If you're looking for a plant that works equally well in the garden or container, with strong stems that can be cut for the vase, Spring Celebrities will be the new star of your sunny garden.These blooms are 2½ to 3 inches wide, with an outer layer of wide, flat petals topped by a ruffled, frilly center. The petals are slightly notched, creating a pleated look at the center…

  • Hollyhock-Fruity Mix

    Hollyhock-Fruity Mix

    Alcea rosea This ambrosia of fully double blooms will leave you craving more. A sumptuous blend of peach and appleblossom colored blooms grace this eternal favorite. Fluffy flower puffs pack the towering stems from June-September. Reliably blooming their first year, Fruity Mix forms a lofty, 5 foot tall backdrop to a cutting garden. Hardy in zones 4 and up. Germination code: (1) or (4) Our hollyhocks will give you years of enjoyment and make an excellent backdrop plant. Direct seed May-July. Also available as a plant.

  • Hollyhock-Halo Apricot

    Hollyhock-Halo Apricot

    Alcea rosea Hollyhocks reign supreme in flowerbeds as cottage garden essentials and as majestic background plants in a border. The rich coral colored petals and striking wine center of Halo Apricot's blooms distinguish this refreshingly unique variety. Flower spikes reach a towering 6-8 feet tall, reliably blooming the first year from seed, and showing their color from summer through fall. Hardy in zones 4 and up. Germination code: (1) or (4) Our hollyhocks will give you years of enjoyment and make an excellent backdrop plant. Direct seed May-July. Also available as a plant.

  • Hollyhock-Happy Lights Mix

    Hollyhock-Happy Lights Mix

    Alcea rosea Brilliant color range, varying from white to purple, from red to yellow, and all colors in between. The vigorous, 6-6 1/2 foot tall plants are strong enough to support the explosion of blooms that Happy Lights produce. Hardy in zones 4 and up. Germination code: (1) or (4) Our hollyhocks will give you years of enjoyment and make an excellent backdrop plant. Direct seed May-July. Also available as a plant.

  • Hollyhock-Summer  Carnival Mix

    Hollyhock-Summer Carnival Mix

    Alcea rosea Flowers the first year! A colorful display of double flowers in deep crimson, light pink, rose, rosy red, yellow, and white. Prune dead stalks down to the ground in fall. Height: 4 1/2-6 feet. Hardy to zone 2. Germination code: (1) or (4) Our hollyhocks will give you years of enjoyment and make an excellent backdrop plant. Direct seed May-July. Also available as a plant.

  • Indian Spring - Hollyhock

    Indian Spring - Hollyhock

    (Alcea rosea) Wonderful shades of soft to bright pink flowers. Tall plants produce old-fashioned single flowers. Hardy and easy to grow, this variety blooms the first year. Beautiful! Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Jet Black or Nigra Hollyhock

    Jet Black or Nigra Hollyhock

    This variety was mentioned in 1629 and was planted in the gardens at Monticello by Thomas Jefferson. This traditional variety is shockingly beautiful with its near-black flowers and just a hint of red. Gorgeous planted out by the old white outhouse or in the back of your flower bed. A must for historical gardens. You’ll love this richly-colored variety. Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Majorette Double Champagne -hollyhock

    Majorette Double Champagne -hollyhock

    (Alcea rosea) Romantic, soft, blushing pink flowers with darker pink centers; this dwarf variety produces fully double, large “powderpuff” type flowers. Such a lovely color and easy to grow as an annual or biennial. Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Majorette Double Yellow -hollyhock

    Majorette Double Yellow -hollyhock

    (Alcea rosea) A hard-to-find variety with pretty, canary-yellow blooms. This dwarf variety produces fully double, large “powderpuff” type flowers. Add some “Sunshine’” with this easy to grow annual or biennial. Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Queeny Lilac - Rose - Hollyhock

    Queeny Lilac - Rose - Hollyhock

    (Alcea rosea) A beautiful dwarf variety in the “Queeny” series developed by Dr. Zoltan Kovats of Budapest, Hungary. Compact stalks produce loads of lilac-rose colored, double blooms that are so cute! Now you can even grow annual hollyhocks in pots or small spaces for a wonderful old-fashioned look. Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Summer Carnival, Mixed - Hollyhock

    Summer Carnival, Mixed - Hollyhock

    (Alcea rosea) This All-America Winner is sure to add color to even the most faded outhouse or border. Big, brilliant, double blooms in many shades. The tall stems make this perfect as a cut flower, and it is easy to grow as an annual or biennial. A great mix of tall Carnival colors. Contains 35 heirloom seeds

  • Zebrina - Hollyhock

    Zebrina - Hollyhock

    (Malva sylvestris) Not a true hollyhock, but growing much the same, this Malva was widely planted in Victorian cottage gardens. It is one of the most beautiful plants we offer and one of the most popular heirloom plants at historic gardens. The flower spikes bloom profusely with lovely lavender flowers that have stunning deep purple stripes. Looks like a small, single hollyhock. Contains 35 heirloom seeds