Planting Holly Hock Seeds

Can I start holly hock and columbine seeds now and plant them when they start sprouting this spring?

Hardiness Zone: 5a

Jennifer from Peru, IN



March 16, 20090 found this helpful

Yes you can plant the holly hock seed now & transplant them when they get about 6 inches tall. Keep damp when not raining. You will be proud. Some do not bloom first year. They reseed every year after they bloom, you can also transplant them & you can save the seed when the pod gets dry, just before the seed falls out, good luck.

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I received hollyhock seeds. Should I plant them now or wait till spring?

Hardiness Zone: 7a

Christine from Rock Hill, SC



Planting Holly Hock Seeds

My Mom lives in Texas and plants her Hollyhock seeds in the fall as does my Mom-in-law in Missouri. Each year, they should come back from the seeds that drop in the fall from the plants.
Hope you have great luck with the old fashioned favorites!
D (11/10/2008)

By md1953

Planting Holly Hock Seeds

Hollyhocks are biennials, so won't bloom until the second year. (11/10/2008)

By Wendopolis

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