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Hollyhocks Coming Up Everywhere

My hollyhocks are everywhere. Is there a way to kill them? Stop them from spreading?

Hardiness Zone: 5b

By Karen from Denver, CO

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May 20, 20100 found this helpful

That's funny. I couldn't get mine to stay alive. Sorry.

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May 22, 20100 found this helpful

No problem. As the seedlings are not deep rooted just pull them out as they appear.

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June 1, 20180 found this helpful

But the seedlings are deep. I have tried many times to dig them up.or pull them to no avail They choke out everything else and just keep spreading all over

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May 22, 20100 found this helpful

I would encourage you to not try to kill them. I am thrilled that I finally have hollihocks coming up in several places. My neighbor came and dug up some for her house. Do you have neighbors that might like some, or do you have freecycle in your area?

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If you post on freecycle that you have some free hollihock plants I am sure, if it is like our freecycle here in OK, you will have several replies. I wish I lived close to you. It seems that most of mine are a pale pink color and I would love to have some dark purple and other colors.

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May 23, 20100 found this helpful

Let them bloom, dry the seeds and pull up the main plants.

Offer the seeds in the Seeds Seeds Seeds link in this newsletter.

No Seeds to fall, no new plants everywhere.
Isn't life funny? So many would love to have certain
plants and others that have them do not want them.
We are never satisfied it seems.
Hope you find an easy solution to your problem. GG Vi

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