…pastel shades. The Antwerp blend has attractive and unusual palmate foliage, and is also shown to have the best levels of resistance to the common Hollyhock problem of rust. Excellent for borders, especially planted in groups. Height: 150-180cm (5-6ft).
Large, bright white single flowers with an attractive bright yellow 'haloin the centre of each bloom. Hollyhock Halo White produces tall flower spikes on strong bushy plants with plenty of eye-catching flowers on each spike to add dramatic height to your borders in late summer.
T&M's own breeding has produced this spectacular mixture of Hollyhocks in the widest range of colours, where each bloom is enhanced by a distinct central halo. Bushy plants of tall sturdy flower spikes, add height and interest to late summer borders
Tall strong stems bearing chocolate maroon flowers, becoming almost 'blacktowards the centre. This is a unique variety creating an impressive impact against most backgrounds. Flowers mid to late summer. Height 5ft.
A classic cottage Hollyhock. Spectacular, large, crystal white, fully double, powder-puff blooms grace tall strong stems from mid summer until autumn. Adds height and a touch of style to the back of perennial or cottage garden borders. Especially effective when planted in groups. Height 15-18m (5-6ft…
Scrumptious veined flowers in juicy blackcurrant, fade to paler berry shades around the edges of each double, semi-double and single bloom, that can miraculously be found on each stem. Height: 150-180cm (5-6ft).
A completely new dimension in annual flowering Hollyhocks, these unique, bushy, dwarf plants produce stout stems which become clothed in beautiful, anemone-centred, frilly blooms, in a surprising array of colours. Ideal for planting in the middle of borders, or in large containers for an impressive…
An elegant, high quality border plant resulting from T&M's own breeding program. Tall, stately flower spikes packed with many fully double, power-puff blooms of peachy-cream, some with a tinge of raspberry-pink. Best grown in groups at the back of the border. Flowers mid to late summer. Height 15…
Play host to a colour parade this summer with these unique specimens, which revolutionise the way we use Hollyhocks in the garden. They make a perfect container or front of border feature, with their blend of bright and cheerful colours. Prefers any well-drained soil in full sun.
…from seed in its first year. Robust, dwarf plants produce stout stems which carry wonderful, double, cerise-pink, fringed blooms from mid to late summer. Very impressive when planted together in small groups in borders or try planting in large containers for a gorgeous patio display of hollyhocks!
…the Maximilian Sunflower. This attractive perennial produces masses of golden yellow 7cm (3in) flowers all the way up the tall stems resembling a Hollyhock. Stunning in borders and a good late summer food source for both birds and butterflies
This magnificent strain, with fully double flowers of rich apricot on tall imposing spikes of blooms, gives an air of stately splendour. One of the finest background plants for the border and is equally effective when grown in small groups. Usually flowers in its second year. Flowers mid to late…