- Height: 2 feet
- Hardiness Zone: 3-9
- Exposure: Full Sun
- Bloom Time: July-September
- Each Quart contains 1 Queeny Purple Alcea Plant
Queeny Purple Alcea Plants offer a single-color variety that has fully double purple flowers on very compact plants. One of the shortest hollyhocks around, the dense flower spikes are prolific making this an excellent choice for containers or small-scale situations! The flowers open from the bottom of the flower stem to the top. Hollyhocks plants tolerate a range of soil conditions and some light shade but will not tolerate wet soils. Attracts hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies while keeping away the rabbits and deer. Tolerates black walnut trees.
Common Names: Hollyhock
Companion Planting: Delphinium, Grasses
"Queeny Purple Alcea (Hollyhock)"
Angela Stelzer on 8/17/2019 12:45:44 PM
Comment: I ordered this plant on Aug 6. It was received intact and very healthy with large leaves (quart size). I planted it near a large Mexican Purple Sage bush so that it would have some sun protection in the late afternoon. It is thriving and appears to already have a flower bud on it. Considering that I live near San Antonio and this is the warmest part of the summer, I am extremely pleased with how well this plant has progressed, even in this heat! GrowJoy has THE best shipping and customer service... More details
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