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Foxglove (digitalis purpurea), an old-fashioned flower. Folk names include folk's gloves, as people used to think fairies used the flowers for gloves. Gorgeous in an early summer border. Grows well in Northern California

Hollyhocks, do u remember ur Dad loves these but ur Mom hates them? I've always intended to plant a bunch ;-) just 4 those reasons @patrickbirkholz

Hollyhocks, do u remember ur Dad loves these but ur Mom hates them? I've always intended to plant a bunch ;-) just 4 those reasons @patrickbirkholz

Holly Hock quilted wall hanging. Felted Flowers, leaves are appliqué..  LOVE THIS !

Holly Hock quilted wall hanging. Felted Flowers, leaves are appliqué.. LOVE THIS !

Hollyhocks - When we were kids we made dolls out of hollyhocks - the skirt was a flower turned upside down and the bud the head.

Hollyhocks - When we were kids we made dolls out of hollyhocks - the skirt was a flower turned upside down and the bud the head.

Hollyhock*****Some are biennial and have to be planted two years in a row to have blooms every year. Just planted the old fashioned ones.

Hollyhock*****Some are biennial and have to be planted two years in a row to have blooms every year. Just planted the old fashioned ones.

How to Grow Hollyhocks Step-vert How to Grow Hollyhocks. Hollyhocks are generally considered a biennial. They grow leaves the first year and flower, seed and die the next. However, depending on growing conditions and the hardiness of the plants, they frequently live longer than 2 years; in some climates, they are more of a short-lived perennial. If you start hollyhocks indoors, or if you live in an area with a long growing season, there is a chance you could get flowers the first year.

Grow Hollyhocks

How to Grow Hollyhocks Step-vert How to Grow Hollyhocks. Hollyhocks are generally considered a biennial. They grow leaves the first year and flower, seed and die the next. However, depending on growing conditions and the hardiness of the plants, they frequently live longer than 2 years; in some climates, they are more of a short-lived perennial. If you start hollyhocks indoors, or if you live in an area with a long growing season, there is a chance you could get flowers the first year.

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