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Two really tall plants, hollyhocks and foxglove, need to be started now as well.
An ornamental gardener knows biennials as the garden flowers that seem to take forever to bloom — foxgloves, hollyhocks and Canterbury bells, among others.
Plant Foxglove, delphinium and hollyhock now: These three plants are large, tall-growing cool-season bedding plants that need to be planted early to put on a great display in spring.
Hollyhocks live longer, but are a little difficult to get started.
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