Hollyhocker, the genus that includes the Hollyhock rose, is one of the most widely cultivated flowering plants in the world.
The flowers are widely cultivated in China, Vietnam, the Philippines and India.
The holly hock is commonly sold in supermarkets and markets in the US and Australia.
A species of holly-hock, the Holly hock rose (Holly-oh-hoo-ree), is also found in the United States.
But despite the popularity of hollies in the American heartland, they have not yet been officially introduced into the United Kingdom.
This was the case with the Holly-ohhock Rose (Hylo-ohhh-keh-ree) which has recently been approved by the UK Government for cultivation and import into the country.
The UK Government is considering a permit application to import the species of Hollyhocker rose for the purposes of breeding and propagation in the country, the BBC reported.
The Hollyhocks rose is one the most popular and widely cultivated species of flowering plant in the UK, the British Journal of Botany said.
It is also used in many food products and as an ornamental and decorative plant.
But it has not been registered as an invasive species, the National Farmers Union said.
Hollyhogs are also widely used as a medicinal plant.
They are used to treat arthritis, inflammation and pain, according to the UK’s National Health Service.
The holly is also a traditional medicine in the Philippines.
It was also once used as an aphrodisiac in ancient Chinese medicine, the journal added.
It has also been used in traditional Chinese medicine in Japan and Korea.
It could be used as medicine to treat infections such as colds, flu and cholera, the Journal added.
This is the first known holly introduced into Europe, the paper added.
The National Farmers’ Union said that if the permit application was approved, it would allow the holly to be imported into the UK from the Philippines, Vietnam and India and be used in the cultivation of hohys.
The British Journal also reported that the Holly is also commonly used in India and China, but not as an anesthetic.
In the United Arab Emirates, the plant is also grown in the mountainous areas of Oman, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Bahrain.
This article originally appeared on Business Insider UK.