What kind of flowers are these seeds from?

Gardening & Landscaping Asked by Marla Miles on October 29, 2020

These are some seeds that someone gave me. I think they’re some sort of flower, but I’m not sure.enter image description here

2 Answers

Definitely holly hocks they look like my seed they sre the mallow family, some people like using them for a medicinal plant and for making teas

Answered by Kimberly Bontrager on October 29, 2020

Hollyhocks! (Alcea rosea) A very tall flower much found in traditional gardens and loved by children for constructing dolls with dresses.

Answered by Colin Beckingham on October 29, 2020

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