Alcea rosea

Hollyhock Indian Spring

R60.00

These perennial plants are stately at the back of the border with their tall flower spikes. This mix contains single and semi-double flowers in pink, rose and white.

 

30 seeds per packet.

83 in stock

Category:
Flower type:Spike
Life cycle:Tender Perennial
Climate:Prefers a moderate climate and can withstand some frost.
Sowing guide:Direct sow in March to April / September or sow in trays (recommended) and transplant after 6-8 weeks.
Germination guide:7-10 days @ 15-20 C. Light required - cover seed with a thin layer of vermiculite.
Position:Full Sun
Spacing:30 cm
Pinch:Not necessary
Flowering time:September (if sown in March to April) or 130 days after sowing in September.
Final height:150 cm

Harvesting Tips:

Harvest when flowers on 1/2 of the flower spike have opened. Expected vase life is 5 days. Regular harvesting will encourage flower production.

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