• Black Hollyhock

    An heirloom variety with rich black – deep maroon flowers. Perfect for the back of garden beds and borders or create a historical garden. Single flowers grow on stems that reach 5-7 feet that bloom around June.

    Hollyhocks have been grown in gardens for many centuries. Their tall spikes crepe-like flowers make a fine display in mid-summer. This is a biennial plant with blooms beginning the following year after planting. Butterflies and hummingbirds.

    Fun Facts:

    This was planted in the gardens at Monticello by Thomas Jefferson

    Black Hollyhock Flower Bedding Plant 10 Seeds