I love Hollyhocks, because they are so tall and make for an eye catching backdrop in a garden. I would often come across them in European gardens and have always wanted to plant them in my own backyard. So far I have killed them all, but I won't stop trying ~
Any tips for a southern California gardener? Are these best purchased in pots or planted from seed?
Allium versus Elephant Garlic
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Expandable Flexible Garden Hose
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