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Alcea 'Las Vegas' - Hollyhocks
[Fig-leaf Hollyhock]

Size (ships bareroot) - Quart

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4 - 6 ft. Sun Early Summer Pink 3 - 9

This mixed color strain of fig leaf hollyhocks bears large, saucer-shaped flowers in unique shades of red, copper, chestnut brown, yellow, pink, and white over a long period beginning in early summer. This hardy species of hollyhock has decorative lobed leaves that are borne all the way up the stems, leaving little bare stem at the base - a bit shorter than the species, standing about 5-6 feet tall in bloom. Seed heads nice in dried arrangements.

Care:

Hollyhocks are best grown in average to rich, well-drained soil - attention to soil quality will help the plant resist diseases. They really need full sun to perform the best. You'll want to watch for Japanese beetles since hollyhocks are one of their favorites.

Other Attributes:
Pollinator Friendly Good cut flower
Attracts butterflies Attracts hummingbirds
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