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Drab hollyhocks may be biennial hybrids

Published 07/16/2010, INFORUM

Q: Why is it that whatever kind of hollyhocks my friends and I buy, they always seem to end up being drab pink flowers after a few years? I know it has to do with pollinating, but why always drab pink? Are the hollyhocks you buy pollinated under controlled conditions?

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