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Black hollyhock (Alcea rosea var. nigra)
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Black hollyhock (Alcea rosea var. nigra)

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The black nigra hollyhock is a tall plant with large showy deep purple flowers on hairy stems. It's an essential decorative plant in traditional cottage gardens and can grow up to 3 meters high. The petals can be used as dye or for cooking an
antitussive tea. Heirloom variety.
Package with 40 black hollyhock seeds 'nigra' The Black hollyhock is a perennial plant. Sow directly into the field from the beginning of April, or sow indoors in early spring for preculture. Pot up the seedlings into individual pots as soon as the first true leaf appears and plant them out after the last expected frosts. Planting distance: approx 50 cm. Loves lots of sun and heavy soil.
Details: Plant description & care
saatgutvermehrung:
Conventional
Plant family:
malvaceae
Flower colour:
BlackRed
Lifecycle :
Biennial
sonnenlicht:
volle sonne
Sowing & cultivation
Indoor pre-culture (seedling stage):
AprilMarchMay
Sowing time outdoors:
AprilJuneMay
Other names
Botanical name:
alcea rosea var. nigra
German names:
schwarze malveschwarze stockrose
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Item number
ALC01
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Flowering period :
AugustJulySeptember

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