Hollyhock substitute?

madabouteu(8A - central Alabama)November 17, 2012

I know how hard it is to grow hollyhocks in our climate. Does anyone know of a relative that does grow well here? How about Malva sylvestris? Sidalcea?

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jeff_al

somr of the hardy hibiscus have a similar look to the flowers.

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