Planting Hollyhock Seeds

I have a giant Hollyhock that I saved seeds from last year. Can I plant them in the Fall, or did the seeds have to be frozen before they will start new Hollyhocks?

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Hardiness Zone: 5b

By Don from Colorado Springs, CO

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Planting Hollyhock Seeds

It does not appear that they need to be frozen as they come up in my yard here in California, zone 9, every year. I have lots of volunteers from seeds dropped the previous year. Keep in mind that it usually takes 2 years from seed before they will bloom. (06/15/2009)

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