(Alcea rosea) Hollyhocks have been put to use in US gardens at the backs of beds and in front of unsightly fences or even the outhouse since 1631. This double form was called “Outlandish Rose” by Dutch settlers due to the fully double 3-4 inch blooms produced along 5-7 foot tall stalks. Full blooms in mid summer starting the 2nd year. Mix of pinks red, white, and yellow. Most/full sun - 5-7 feet - Biennial (full blooms the second year and each year thereafter) - 25+ seeds/pack.