Black Hollyhock

Black Hollyhock
Item# alc-nig
$2.25

Product Description

(Alcea rosea nigra) Thomas Jefferson grew Black Hollyhocks at Monticello in the late 1700s and they were available as a separate, named variety (‘Nigra’) in seed catalogs by 1831. Hollyhocks have long been used in the backs of cottage garden beds and to hide old fences (or even the outhouse!). Blooms are 3-4 inches on tall stalks and produced in mid summer. Most/full sun - 5-7 feet - Biennial (full blooms the second year and each year thereafter) - 25+ seeds/pack.