Mallow – Common Mallow (Malva sylvestris) Dwarf Mallow Buttonweed Cheeseweed Roundleaf Mallow
Height: 24-45in (60-125cm)
Common Mallow tolerates a variety of conditions and grows naturally along harbours, wastelands, uplands and grasslands. This hardy plant produces radiant pinkish purple flowers that resemble hollyhocks and make a statement in cottage gardens and borders
- Leaves and flowers are edible and can be used in salads or cooked.
- Blooms early spring to mid fall
- Direct sow outdoors in autumn or before the last frost in spring, covering each seed with a small amount of soil; spacing 10 to 24 inches (25-61 cm.)
- Prefers well drained soil but will tolerate poor, thin soil conditions. Keep the soil moist after planting, especially during warm weather.
- Attracts bees and butterflies
- Seed Count: 1/2 gr