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Malva sylvestris 'Zebrina' - French Hollyhock (14612 readers)Contributed by amazon 18.09. 2007 10:36:57 Topic: Plants / Biennials
This Old-Fashioned Striped Favorite Can Really Take the Heat! Masses of 2-inch lavender blooms,striped with purple, all summer long! This delightful charmer looks like it came from Grandmothers garden (and it probably did!), with soft lavender blooms merrily striped and scored in deep purple. The neatly-spaced petals have a notched form reminiscent of four-leaved clover, and the merry white eye completes the effect of whimsical charm and exquisite detail! Masses of these 2-inch blooms arise alon ...
Alcea rosea 'Creme De Cassis' - Hollyhock (20184 readers)Contributed by amazzon 18.09. 2007 10:32:02 Topic: Plants / Biennials
Another remarkable creation from T&Ms flower breeders. This mouthwatering colour combination, makes this stunning Hollyhock so unique. Scrumptious veined flowers in juicy blackcurrant, fade to paler berry shades around the edges of each bloom. On a single stem of Creme de Cassis you will find an unusual variation of blooms, including double, semi-double and singles, all with a bright yellow eye, all adding to the charm of this cottage garden classic. ...
Alcea rosea 'Chater's Double Mix' - Hollyhock (15724 readers)Contributed by amazon 18.06. 2007 11:23:57 Topic: Plants / Biennials
Spectacular mix of double ruffled flowers in vivid colors. Spectacular 3-1/2in. double ruffled flowers in vivid colors. Chaters Doubles are an easy-to-grow, low maintenance addition to your garden. Excellent for the back of the border. This Hollyhock welcomes butterflies into your garden. Prefers well-drained soil. 2-1/4 pots. Ht.6. Spacing 18. Full Sun. Blooms July-Sept. Zones 3-8. ...Contributed by amazon 14.06. 2007 09:24:22 Topic: Plants / Biennials
Canterbury Bells/Cups & Saucers Mix (Campanula medium Calycanthema) Absolutely beautiful bell-shaped flowers with a broad colored calyx in a mix of rose, violet and white. A true biennial that blooms in the spring of the second season. They are superb cut flowers. Grows to 36 inches tall. A must for any cottage garden. Large, vibrant flowers attract hummingbirds to the garden. Blooms in June and July. Allow to reseed for longevity in the garden. Plant in sun or partial shade, 20 inches apart ...