Hollyhocks bloom in summer as tall spires burst with large saucer shaped or pom-pom type flowers. As a biennial, these plants produce foliage the first year and flowers the second, with the added benefit of reseeding to repeat the process for years to come. Hollyhocks are bog plants in their native environment but prove to be adaptable even to dry conditions. Attracts pollinators and are often grown near beehives to produce tasty honey.
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