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Tree mallow Overview
A genus of 10 accepted species of annual, biennial or perennial plants and subshrubs in the Malvaceae family native to the Mediterranean, Asia, North America and Australia. They have spirally-arranged divided palmate leaves with clusters of conspicuous bowl-shaped flowers in shades of pink. Commonly known as tree mallows, they are popular garden ornamentals that prefer full sun and well-drained soil.
How to propagate Tree mallow
Softwood cuttings in early spring or summer the perennials, sub-shrubs and shrubs; annuals and biennials by seed in spring or early autumn.
Other uses of Tree mallow
Suitable for northern and eastern aspects. Suitable for coastal conditions.
Summer flowering garden shrubs
These summer flowering shrubs are perfect additions to a garden to provide pollinators with habitat, shelter and food.Explore all