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I planted a hollyhock. It is 8 feet high and has got some pink flowers coming out on it. When do I cut it down and how much?

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Answered on October 14, 2013

Hollyhocks are generally recognized in the industry as herbaceous perennials, meaning they die to the ground during dormancy. They are a short lived perennial. Most varieties will last 3-5 years. Some people refer to hollyhocks as biennial plants.
When hard frost takes it to the ground is the time to cut it back.

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