hollyhock flower

The hollyhock is widespread in the Mediterranean, Israel distribution includes Galilee, Carmel, Judea and Samaria in places where the amount of rain reaches at least 400 millimeters. The name In Hebrew, the holly is also called the "harvest rose" or the "harvester rose". It is possible to find white, red and purple coneflowers. The flowering occurs from the month of April to June, a tall inflorescence column that can reach a height of 2 - 3 m, the inflorescence and the fruits are characterized by the presence of hairs on their surface. In folk medicine there are those who use the liquid of the hollyhock plant to heal wounds, burns, coughs and inflammations. The flower buds can be eaten raw or cooked and are considered a remedy for respiratory diseases.

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Seeds in Garden Package 60
Species Flowers
Scientific Name Alcea setosa
Germination Period 4-10 days
Days till maturity 60
Sowing Depth 0.5 mm
Sowing Intervals 30 cm
Sowing Months January, February, March, September, October, November, December
Sowing Instructions

It is recommended to sow seeds in the months of September-March. We recommend germinating the seeds in cups and after germination transfer transplant to the ground. Sow about 5 seeds in each cup and keep in moist soil and in a bright place. After germination, when the seedling has reached a height of about 10 cm above the ground, it can be transferred to the ground.

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