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Propagation: Black single hollyhocks for wintersowing and other colors

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Belleville , IL
(Zone 6b)

January 5, 2007
5:18 PM

Post #3055806

I found a stash of these in my freezer. If anyone wants some I will go trade or sase. They are singles and very dark, almost black unless the sun hits them just right you can see they are very very dark maroon.They are the perennial ones and will bloom first year if planted early enough.
Also I have a few packets of pink, maroon, and pink/yellow ones all the single type.
Hazard, KY

January 13, 2007
3:39 PM

Post #3079623

I would love to try those. I am sorry to say I do not have any seeds to trade. I can send a sase.

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