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Sidalcea campestris - Prairie Mallow/Meadow Checkered Mallow - Malvaceae (The Mallow Family)
Sidalcea campestris - Prairie Mallow/Meadow Checkered Mallow - Sidalcea campestris, is a Prairie mallow, a hollyhock-like plant with white to pink flowers grown on strong erect stems and a butteryfly host plant.
Sidalcea campestris - Sidalcea campestris, is a Prairie mallow, a hollyhock-like plant with white to pink flowers grown on strong erect stems and a butteryfly host plant.


 
11cm/15cm
Price: $18.99
Zone Hardiness: 5-8
Light: Full Sun, Part Sun
Height: 4-6'
Width: 8-12"
Flower Colour: White/Cream

Stock Status: Available This Year
Availability: Available this season. Most spring orders ship from May 15-June 30.
Product Code: 11621
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Description Fine Print
 
Sidalcea campestris, commonly known as prairie mallow or meadow checkered mallow, is a hollyhock-like plant that is, sadly, largely extinct from the its native habitats in western Oregon. It is one of the best butterfly host plants and a primary pollen source for a rare bee species. Racemes of white to pink flowers climb up erect unbranched stems 4-6 feet tall from late spring to mid summer. Offers an excellent tidy effect in the border without the need of staking. Cut back after flowering to get another flush. Pollinator attractor
Details
  • Class: Deciduous
  • Soil Moisture: Dry, Average
  • Flowering Time: Spring - Summer
  • Fragrant: No
  • Foliage Colour: Green
  • Deer Resistant: Unknown
  • Attracts: Butterflies, Bees
  • Habitat: Fields, grassy hillsides,along roadsides, woodland glades and on mountain streams.
  • Geographical Origin: Americas - North America
  • BC Native: No


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