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Cottage Gardens (New England)
Watermelon is tucked below the towering hollyhocks to squeeze the most out of the space in this free-spirited garden.
Hollyhocks along the garage or fence?
When you grow hollyhocks from seed, expect to see your first blooms in the second year
South side yard? Hollyhocks and gourds
the charming hollyhock. Situate this plant in the back of a small border to add height to your garden. When you grow hollyhocks from seed, expect to see your first blooms in the second year.
A space-saving, high-density producer. Watermelon is tucked below the towering hollyhocks to squeeze the
18. Vary heights - here they range from gourds and their vines on the ground up to hollyhocks that are seven feet tall.
This is one of my favorite gardens. It's in funky Branford, Connecticut. Hollyhocks stand tall while vines of gourds twine beneath them on the ground. It's such an exuberant mix
Suzman Design Associates
Country Court Yard
pink roses & black hollyhocks are a cool combo!
Like the rocks and the hollyhocks
stone walls, roses on shed, hollyhocks, pretty garden
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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Pasture Lane - The Farm at Banner Elk
hollyhocks and rock
Roderdron and Hollyhock
Adirondack Style Inside & Out
I like the fence and the pink flowers...hollyhocks?
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
bluestem joint fir (Ephedra equisetina)
screen or back drop when planted in masse. Use with low shrubs like- Autumn Joy Sedum(Sedum spectabile) Sea Lavender (Limonium latifolium),common hollyhock (Alcea rosea) or tickseed (Coreopsis ssp). Needs well drained soil.
Companion plants in a moderately dry garden might include ‘Autumn Joy’ sedum (Sedum spectabile ‘Autumn Joy’), sea lavender (Limonium latifolium), common hollyhock (Alcea rosea) and tickseed (Coreopsis spp). Add to ideabook by Jocelyn H. Chilvers by Jocelyn H. Chilvers Planting notes. Native growing
Companion plants in a moderately dry garden might include ‘Autumn Joy’ sedum (Sedum spectabile ‘Autumn Joy’), sea lavender (Limonium latifolium), common hollyhock (Alcea rosea) and tickseed (Coreopsis spp).
Avoid taller vegetables and flowers, since their heavy fruit and blooms often require caging and wiring for support. You might avoid delphiniums or hollyhocks, for instance. While they're absolutely gorgeous, they can require constant protection, rich soil and staking.