These old-fashioned hollyhocks grow tall stalks of 8-10 feet with beautiful blooms of pink, rose, white, and salmon. The tall blooming spires make for impressive showstoppers and screens in the garden. These plants should be planted in full sun and not allowed to shade other plants that need full sun in the garden. Hollyhocks will bloom the first year from seed if planted early in spring or late winter in mild climates. If planted later, they will bloom the following summer.
Growing a Garden Full of Pollinator Plants Growing a garden is so much more than producing food and flowers for you to enjoy. It’s about creating an ecosystem where wildlife, pollinators, and nature can thrive. Creating an abundant ecosystem is … Read More
What Vegetables to Plant in the Fall If you’re wondering about which fall vegetables to grow, we can help you have a successful cool-season garden in Zones 9 and 10! Learn what to grow for a bountiful garden you can … Read More
Fall gardening in Southern California’s Mediterranean climate means long, mild autumns and an extended summer growing season. This guide is meant to help you respond to Fall gardening challenges and make the most of this time of year. Characteristics of … Read More
Cornflower is an old fashioned flower that makes for great cut flowers! Pollinators love the flowers too! This mix contains a hand-selected mix of dwarf cornflower varieties that only grow 24″ tall, making them ideal for small gardens or containers. Attract bees and butterflies with this beautiful mix of pink, red, white, and blue blooms!
Foxgloves are an old fashioned flower for pollinator and cut flower gardens. These beautiful flowers attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and birds. When planting foxglove seeds, place seeds on top of the soil as they require light to germinate. All parts of … Read More
This chartreuse green zinnia is a showstopper in the garden. Bright, lime green blooms contrast wonderfully with other colors in the garden. Zinnias are great cut flowers and attract beneficial insects, birds, and pollinators to the garden. On our farm, the western swallowtail butterfly loves our zinnias!
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