Southwest Living SOUTHWEST LIVING PLANTS: Flower, Hollyhock ~ Double Pink Rose

Type of Plant: Flower

Common Name: Hollyhock ~ Double Pink Rose

Category
Flower Bed- Perennial

Family: Malvacea

Genus: Alcea

Species: Rosea

Hardiness Zones
USDA 9B 25 TO 30 F

Spacing
8 in. to 1 ft.

Height
3ft. - 6ft.
6ft. - 12ft.

Width
8 in. to 1 ft.

Growth Habit
Strong upright

Sun Requirements
Full Sun

Water Requirements
Moderate

Soil Requirements
Neutral

Bloom Color: Hot Pink

Bloom Season: Spring to early summer

Fragrance
None

Propagation Method
Seed (sow indoors)
Seed (sow outdoors)

Comments
Beautiful color: the best pink I have ever seen. It was a gift so I do not know the name but I have seeds to share. They will self sow.

After the pod dries on the plant, pinch off into a cup and then separate them. I store them in wax envelopes.

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"Double Pink Rose"
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