Hollyhock - Chater's Double Mixed Colors,
Alcea rosea "Chater's Double"
This is the old-fashioned garden plant with fully double blooms in shades of crimson, rose, pink, yellow and white. Hollyhock is a favorite in most gardens. showy in beds or borders as well as meadow settings, they make excellent cut flowers.
Plants normally need no winter protection and bloom the next June and July. Hollyhocks are easy to grow but prefer a sunny well-drained location. Provide support if plants will be exposed to strong winds.
Planting time - Late spring to mid-summer.
Height - 5 feet
Germinates in - 14-21 days
Sowing Depth - 1/8 inch
Row spacing - 24 inches
Seed spacing - 1 inch
Thinning - when plants are 3-4 inches tall thin to 12 inches apart.
Net weight 360 MG (Estimated 40 seeds)