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August 28, 2012

Alcea ‘Fiesta Time’ (Hollyhock)

Fiesta Time produces spikes of double, pink, fringed blossoms.

alcea fiesta time hollyhock perennial

Fiesta Time produces spikes of double, pink, fringed blossoms. It is one of the shorter hollyhock varieties, making it suitable for smaller spaces than its taller cousins. These short-lived perennials are capable of growing under Black Walnut trees.

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