Short Update: Plant World Seeds

hollyhock pink  So, here’s the special YELLOW hollyhock grown from seeds from Plant World Seeds!!!  It’s the first to bloom of dozens, and is much taller than all its fellow seedlings.  I’m hoping it’s a freak, and that all the others will indeed be yellow.  At least it’s a single, and rather pretty….if one likes pink!

About carolee

A former professional herb and lavender grower, now just growing for joy in my new potager. When I'm not in the garden, I'm in the kitchen, writing, or traveling to great gardens.
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7 Responses to Short Update: Plant World Seeds

  1. Jo Shafer says:

    I really prefer the pinks to yellows in my garden, but to each her own, eh?

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  2. carolee says:

    I did the pink/white/purple years ago, but find the apricot/orange scheme more energizing and it goes with the orangey-gold brick of our house much better! Red makes me cringe though….

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  3. I just found Plant World Seeds when I was searching for some seeds! It sounds like you were satisfied with your purchase.

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  4. Ann Mackay says:

    There’s always a rebel! Hope the rest turn out to be yellow!

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  5. Kit Miracle says:

    The rabbits ate all my hollyhocks this year. ;-(

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    • carolee says:

      Interesting…my rabbits never bother hollyhocks, but love to bite off the zinnias….don’t eat them, just bite them off about 4″ from ground level. However, opossums eat the fleshy hollyhock roots in winter here, so I seldom have plants that overwinter.

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