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Old July 20, 2019   #1
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Old July 20, 2019   #2
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Those are gorgeous against your black fence! What variety are they?
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Those are gorgeous against your black fence! What variety are they?
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Fiesta Time hollyhock.

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Karla, I started those pink hollyhock seeds that you sent me this spring and they are blooming now!!!! I think that's amazing for a biennial, even though it's a tad late .

They are pretty! Thanks again .

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Beautiful!
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Karla, do your hollyhocks come back year after year? My mom had one that always did, but mine always freeze out.
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My h.hocks usually return. Sometimes h.hocks will reseed.
In fall, I cut my h.hocks down leaving about 4 inches from the bottom.
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