100pack Black Nigra Hollyhock Seeds Perennial Blooms For Diy Landscaping And Floral Arrangements
Introducing our Black Nigra Hollyhock Seeds – a pack of 100 pieces that will bring a touch of elegance to your garden. These special seeds are perfect for DIY enthusiasts looking to add a splash of color to their outdoor spaces. The Black Nigra Hollyhock is a unique variety known for its near-black, burgundyish blooms that are a magnet for hummingbirds. They are statuesque plants, standing tall and proud, making them an excellent backdrop for other plants or an exquisite floral screen.
These seeds are easy to germinate and grow, perfect for gardeners of any level. When in full bloom, they will transform your garden, terrace, or patio into a beautiful floral spectacle. The Black Nigra Hollyhock is a perennial plant, meaning they’ll grace your garden with their striking presence year after year. They thrive in tropical climates and bloom best during the spring season.
How to Plant Black Nigra Hollyhock Seeds 100 Pieces:
1. Prepare your soil by tilling and removing any weeds or rocks.
2. Plant the seeds 1/4 inch deep into the soil, spaced at least 2 feet apart.
3. Water the area thoroughly and keep the soil consistently moist until the seeds germinate.
4. Once the seedlings appear, water less frequently but more deeply.
5. After the seedlings have grown a couple of inches, thin them out so that they’re 2 feet apart.
6. Continue to water and care for your plants.
With our Black Nigra Hollyhock Seeds, you’re not just planting flowers; you’re creating a breathtaking garden experience. Whether you’re an avid gardener or a beginner, these seeds are an excellent addition to your seed collection. Get ready to enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of the Black Nigra Hollyhock right in your backyard!
- Latin Name: Alcea rosea ‘Nigra’
- Planting Season: Spring
- Germination Rate: Approximately 75%
- Grown Plant Size: Can reach up to 5-8 feet in height
- Time to Maturity: Will generally bloom in the second year after planting
- Soil Type: Prefers well-drained soil, but can tolerate a wide range of soil types
- Watering: Requires regular watering, but be careful not to overwater
- Sunlight: Thrives in full sun exposure
- Uses: Can be used for landscaping, floral arrangements, and as a backdrop for other plants
- Deer Resistance: High, deer tend not to eat this plant
- Pest and Disease Resistance: Resistant to most pests, but can be susceptible to rust disease
- Spacing Requirements: Seeds should be planted 2 feet apart to allow for proper growth
- Companion Plants: Works well with other perennials such as roses, peonies, and delphiniums
- Harvesting Instructions: Harvest the flowers when they are fully open for the best results