I am growing a Hollyhock in my garden that produces huge leaves, but not
much else. Based on the rate at which it is growing it seems to be healthy,
but it appears to be content producing only leaves and resisting blooming.
I would appreciate any ideas that would help my plant bloom. Thanks!
Hollyhocks are biennials or short-lived perennials. They don't bloom the
first year. If they are more than one year old (365 days) then they may not
have enough sun or you may have use a fertilizer too high in nitrogen.
Thanks! I just planted it this year so I will wait until nex year to see
how it does. With as much growth as it has had it seems to be happy, but I
just couldn't understand why it wouldn't bloom.
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