The classic tall beauties, old and new.
You can plant the old-fashioned ones in individual colors, or plant the mix and enjoy them all. These are the big, fully-double ones from Victorian days that grow to 5' or 6' and have fluffy powder-puff blooms. We read that Charter's Mix is a favorite of Martha Stewart, who grows them for big fall arrangements.
For "new age" gardeners, scroll directly down to magnificent bi-colored "Creme de Cassis", "Nigra", and the amazing brand new "Queeny Purple." All our plants are guaranteed to bloom this summer.
Looking for Single Hollyhocks? If you, like many gardeners, love the even older single-flowered hollyhocks, we have the seed and they're very easy to grow. Remember, hollyhocks from seed take two years to bloom.