I love my hollyhocks. I have them all around my home so many people just stop and look at them. In fall time, I get the seeds and reseed them. If any one wants seeds, send me a message. Hollyhocks are so pretty. I have all colors, they last longer than roses.
Happy summer to all, God bless.
By Sheila from Fond du Lac, WI
Sheila, your hollyhocks are lovely. I would love to plant them all around our little church. How do I get them from you?
Sheila, I would love some hollyhock seeds, any or all colors. I live in Eagle River Alaska and the climate is similar to northern Minnesota (where I am from). My email address is email@example.com I collect seeds in the fall and spread them around. I have a lot of columbine (many colors) and of course daisies. I'll send you some if you'd like some. I sent some columbine seeds to sister in Washington state and they did well, didn't grow as tall as they do up here but she's happy with them. I usually freeze them first, so they think they have wintered over.
Sheila, I too would love to be able to get some of your lovely hollyhocks. I live in zone 3, what zone are you in. Please let me know how to get the seeds from you. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org Do you have any perennial geraniums? would you like some in trade?
Hello, I live in Florida and not sure how well these would grow but my son lives in Wisconsin so we could share. Is there a message system with this site?
How do we pay for the postage?
Hi everyone, you can just email me at email@example.com then I will get back too you all, first class mail I will ship then you have to tell me what colors you like. I will take notes. Thanks have a nice day sheila. To keep them nice and bloom I spray dawn dish soap in a water bottle kills the bugs wont hurt flowers. Good luck.
Dark maroon to black.
Beautiful flowers! I would love to have some seeds to plant in my yard. My e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let me know how to reimburse you for postage. Thank you.
Add me to the list! I live in Juneau, AK and I believe they would do alright here as we have more temporate climate than further north. Please advise how to obtain these seeds by sending a message via email to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. If they make it in Wisconsin, I know they would make it here! I am interested in any and all types of flowers that would grow in a cooler climate. :-)
I have been trying to get them to grow for years with store-bought seed. So far, only have 1 white one, but would love to have the different colors. Please email directions for ordering some from you. Would love to have as many colors as possible, if you have any left! Please contact me at: email@example.com
Ms. Sheila, I'd like to obtain some of your seeds. How would I go about doing this? Thank you.
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Very beautiful flowers! I wish they bloomed all year round!
You brought back some sweet memories of my Memie Steed's back yard from my childhood days. Made a palette and watched for hours as the hummingbirds visited the hollyhocks (at that age, I thought they were hollyhawks).
I have some beautiful hollyhocks flowers. They are mixed colors. I sell one pod for 50 cents. I love watching the hummingbirds on them and the butterflies.
They last all summer until October. Then I plant seeds in the fall. So many people just to come to see my hollyhocks when they are walking by my home. I have them all around my house.
God bless to all.
By Sheila from Wisconsin
Very pretty Hollyhocks, I love them. Thanks for sharing, good luck. (09/09/2009)
They are really beautiful. How do you keep them from getting lacy or holey? Mine always do. (09/10/2009)