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Native Wild Hollyhock

wild hollyhock

Honeybee having a meal on a wild hollyhock.

The delicate pink is so lovely, looking like crepe paper, purple veins and stamens, and the leaves are silver-green.

Always take care for your native plants that feed these important and endangered honeybees. And not only that, but they are lovely and hardy as rocks, growing here by the creek with no help from anyone..

wild hollyhocks

Wild Hollyhocks

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