Hollyhock Roots Not Planted Yet

jlrobertson added on August 2, 2013 | Answered

I just bought some hollyhock roots that were on clearance. They were a part of this year's stock, but it's now August, and probably too late in the season to plant, right? They came in a green plastic type bag. I'm not sure if I should keep them in that bag or not. How should I keep them to get the best results out of them for next season?

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Answered on August 2, 2013

Get them in the ground asap. There is still time for them to grow and bloom. If you wait until next spring, they will be dried up and not worth the effort.

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