When to Plant Hollyhock Seeds in New Hampshire?

Hollyhocks (Alcea rosea) are perennial flowers that often don't produce full blooms until the second year of growth. Plant hollyhock seeds in the fall, before freezing, for germination the following spring. Seeds started indoors in the winter are ready for transplant outdoors when temperatures reach 60 degrees F.

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