The malva plant is a mainstay in my cutting garden. There are both pink and white flowering malvas, and the blooms look like miniature hollyhocks.
Japanese Beetles love roses, hollyhocks, crepe myrtle and hibiscus especially, and I dislike them with a passion for ruining my flowers.
Duffy created this garden in 1910, but as a design template it is timeless.
Children, the world over, have learned about the enchanting things that can happen in gardens because of Beatrix Potter.
The Rose of Sharon flower is indeed, very similar to a single hollyhock. However...