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Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Chater's Yellow Hollyhock, Hollyhock)

Hollyhock is a tall, short-lived, herbaceous perennial native to western Asia. In summer (or as early as mid-spring in mild winter climates), clumps of large, rough, heart-shaped leaves give rise to stately, leafy stalks lined with showy rounded blooms. The flowers attract butterflies and bees. Plants in the Chater's Double group have ruffled, fully double blooms, are relatively long lived, and come in many flower colors including 'Chater's Yellow'.

Hollyhocks thrive in full sun and moderately...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Black Hollyhock, Hollyhock)

Black hollyhock is a tall, short-lived, herbaceous perennial that originates from western Asia. In summer, rosettes of characteristically rough, hairy leaves give rise to tall, leafy stalks lined with show-stopping single dark chocolate flowers that are highly attractive to butterflies and bees. Hollyhock thrive in moderately fertile, well drained soil and flower best in full sun. It is a great old-fashioned flower that makes an excellent addition to large cottage gardens and mixed borders. Plants...

(Hollyhock, Powderpuff Mix Hollyhock)

Powderpuff mix hollyhocks are tall, short-lived, herbaceous perennials that originate from western Asia. In summer, rosettes of characteristically rough, hairy leaves give rise to tall, leafy stalks lined with show-stopping, fully double, powderpuff-like blooms of pink, white, apricot rose-red and yellow that are attractive to butterflies and bees. Hollyhocks thrive in moderately fertile, well drained soil and flower best in full sun. They are great old-fashioned garden flowers that make an excellent...

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James H. Schutte

(Hollyhock, Queeny Purple Hollyhock)

Queeny purple hollyhock is a compact, upright, herbaceous perennial that originates from western Asia. In summer, rosettes of characteristically rough, hairy leaves give rise to short, upright leafy stalks lined with show-stopping, semi-double flowers of rich rose-purple that are highly attractive to butterflies and bees. Hollyhock thrive in moderately fertile, well drained soil and flower best in full sun. It is a great old-fashioned flower that makes an excellent addition to mixed borders and large...

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James H. Schutte

(Chater's Hollyhock, Hollyhock)

Hollyhock is a tall, short-lived, herbaceous perennial native to western Asia. In summer (or as early as mid-spring in mild winter climates), clumps of large, rough, heart-shaped leaves give rise to stately, leafy stalks lined with showy rounded blooms. The flowers attract butterflies and bees. Plants in the Chater's Double group have fully double flowers and are relatively long lived.

Hollyhocks thrive in full sun and moderately fertile well drained soil. Cut back spent flower stalks to encourage...

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Jessie Keith

(Lady's Mantle)

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Lady's Mantle)

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Mark A. Miller

(Ornamental Onion, Pink Feathers Ornamental Onion)

A summer-blooming ornamental onion, 'Pink Feathers' bears wispy clusters of pale pink-lavender blossoms. This hybrid perennial grows from bulbs that slowly reproduce to create a clump. Each bulb produces slender, light green leaves that may slightly twist. The leaves look resemble a wispy rosette. The rounded flower clusters comprise hundreds of tiny six-petaled flowers that are visited by bees and butterflies. No or few seeds result from pollination, making 'Pink Feathers' less of a spreading weed...

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James H. Schutte

(Nodding Onion)

Distinguished by its nodding flower heads and its relatively long season of bloom, this small to medium-sized bulbous perennial is among the most popular of the ornamental onions. It is native to slopes, prairies, and open woodlands throughout much of North America.

Plants form clumps of flattened, arching, grass-like leaves, arising from narrow bulbs with grayish, fibrous coats. In late spring and summer, bulbs produce solitary flower stems, each bearing a domed cluster of 20 to 30 purple-pink...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Nodding Onion)

Distinguished by its nodding flower heads and its relatively long season of bloom, this small to medium-sized bulbous perennial is among the most popular of the ornamental onions. It is native to slopes, prairies, and open woodlands throughout much of North America.

Plants form clumps of flattened, arching, grass-like leaves, arising from narrow bulbs with grayish, fibrous coats. In late spring and summer, bulbs produce solitary flower stems, each bearing a domed cluster of 20 to 30 purple-pink...