‘Elsie Heugh’ is a well-loved old favorite, whose popularity has never waned and for good reason. Trouble free, best en masse and equally at home in a cottage garden or a more formal setting, this distinctive Hollyhock relative parades fringed, shell pink flowers with a silky lustre. The lovely, 5-petaled Mallow-like blossoms are borne on erect, stately branching spikes above a good-looking green basal clump of round, shallowly lobed leaves that become smaller and more fingered as they ascend the flowering stems. Provide a fertile loamy soil and cut back after blooming to promote a flowery encore.
Blooms July – mid-September.
Size: 2' 0" – 3' 0" high x 15" wide.
Hardy to zone 5.
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