Hollyhocks can be plagued by leaf spot diseases. Sanitation and proper irrigation generally keep the disease in check. Click here for more info.
Your hollyhocks are stunted with poor flower production. They wilt easily and look yellowish. You're not sure why they’re are failing. Perhaps, it's because the trouble lies under the soil. You may have hollyhock nematode problems. This article can help with that.
Anthracnose is one of the most destructive diseases of hollyhock plants. To learn about symptoms and management, click here.
Hollyhocks are the showstoppers of the flower garden with towering blooms. To make the most of these gorgeous flowers, know how best to care for them. Do hollyhocks need to be deadheaded? Yes. Learn more in this article.
If you've ever grown hollyhocks in a hot humid climate, you've probably seen its leaves with yellow spots on top and reddish-brown pustules on the undersides that indicate hollyhock rust. Find out how to control hollyhock rust in this article.
Hollyhocks die back in winter, but you still need to protect the roots. Discover how to winterize hollyhock in this article so you can continue to enjoy their blooms next season.
Growing hollyhocks in a sunny garden makes a statement. Planting hollyhock roots is the best way to start this large and attractive flower. Get tips on how to grow bare root hollyhocks in this article.
Even though hollyhock plants are often extremely tough, hollyhock pest control will keep your bed filled with blooms for years to come, especially when it comes to weevils. Learn more about their control here.
Growing hollyhocks in the garden is the goal of many gardeners who remember these impressive flowers from their youth. Read this article for tips on hollyhock plant care to help you grow them in your yard.