Truly beautiful, double intense cerise-pink flowers on compact but sturdy plants of 1 m (36″) height. Unbelievable hues and loads of blooms! Plants may bloom when grown from seed in the first year if you start them very early indoors in February and set them out in mid to late May. We believe that there is no other hollyhock with flowers prettier than Fiesta Time! Packet contains 15 seed.
How to Grow
110 seed/gram. First season bloom is possible when the seed is started indoors in February. Germination takes 21-28 days at 18 C (65 F). Avoid higher temperatures as it affects germination success. After that grow on under lights at the same temperature before hardening off and transplanting to a sunny site in the garden in mid to late May. Direct outdoor sowing can be done anytime from May to mid August for flowering the following year. Space mature plants 60 cm (24″) apart in the garden.