Hollyhock's are a hibiscus like flower. They are generous producers and come in a variety of colors.
Plant them in a good soil, in full sunlight and water them weekly, or more often depending upon your humidity and temperature.
Hollyhock's are eatable! You can put the petals in salads, clafouis, and other delectable culinary dishes. I also use my darker hollyhock to dye my home-made rose water, also for culinary purposes.
You will received 1/2 ounce of miscellaneous hollyhock seeds grown in the pristine Rocky Mountains with no pesticides or herbicides.