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Hollyhock (Alcea rosea) - Stock Image

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Tall, rather bristly perennial to 3m. Leaves large, to 30cm, rounded-heart-shaped in outline, usually shallowly 5-7-lobed, coarsely toothed, long-stalked. Flowersgenerally pink or white, sometimes red, violet or yellowish, large, 60-80mm, in long leafy, slender racemes; epicalyx segments 6, triangular, shorter than the sepals.
Habitat: Waste places, field boundaries, along walls and in rocky places.
Flowering Season: July-September.
Distribution: Widely naturalized from garden escapes in Britain, France and Germany. Origins unknown, possible grown from hybrids.

Hollyhock is one of the nicest Garden Flowers. This Picture is taken at a Formal Garden in the Netherlands.

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