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WANTED: Wanted: Lavender Provence, Mallow, Hollyhock

Posted by carla17 Z7 NC (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 11, 07 at 12:32

Hardy geranium seeds.

Thank you,
Carla
cg.parker@charter.net


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Lavender Provence, Mallow, Hollyhock

Carla - is there a certain type of Mallow and Hollyhock you're looking for?? I have seeds from Malva sylvestris sometimes called French Hollyhocks and from regular Hollyhocks in a couple of different colors. None of these are collected from my garden - people donated them to the seed swap box we passed around years ago. I've planted a few of them this year but there is plenty more to share.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Lavender Provence, Mallow, Hollyhock

Hi John. No particular colors, just something that will grow. I will be glad to pay postage, just let me know if you have some you don't need.

Thanks!
Carla
cg.parker@charter.net


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Lavender Provence, Mallow, Hollyhock

I'll dig around and see whats left - don't be surprised if you get a lot of seeds, I know we started out with a broad assortment of hollyhocks. It may take me a few days to track them all down. Also keep in mind that Japanese beetles love hollyhocks. Also if you can find any seeds for the new hybrid 'Queenie Purple' - grow it. It was my best hollyhock with the fewest problems disease wise and pest wise. Being a hybrid it won't come true from garden collected seed (and it is protected by a patent) so you have to either buy plants or seeds each year.

When I find all the seeds available I'll post what they are and you can send me your wish list with your address.

johnbuettner@hotmail.com


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