False Mallow Hybrids- 30 seeds (Sidalcea malviflora)

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False Mallow (Sidalcea Malviflora Hybrids) - Sidalcea Malviflora seeds produce lovely flowers that are native to North America. Common names for this plant include False Mallow, Prairie Mallow, Checker Mallow, and Checkerbloom. Sidalcea False Mallow is reliable and easy to grow, and it is an excellent addition to grasslands or meadow plantings. Grow Prairie Mallow plants in full sun to partial shade where it thrives with moisture and tolerates moderate water once established. The Checker Mallow flower is excellent for cutting and makes a great addition to the cottage garden or cutting garden.

SOWING

Season: Perennial

Sawing: March to May

Height: 90 cm (36 inches)

Bloom Season: Mid-summer

Bloom Color: Rose and red

Environment: Full sun to partial shade

Soil Type: Well-drained soils, pH 5.8 - 6.8

Germ temperature: Lower temperatures of less than 5C (41F) are very effective

Average Germ Time: 28 - 56 days

Depth: Cover seed lightly 4 mm (1/16 - 1/8 inch) deep

Moisture: Keep seeds moist until germination

Plant Spacing: 70 cm (30 inches)

Sow Sidalcea Malviflora seeds directly outdoors once soil temperatures are warm and the danger of frost has passed. Prepare a seedbed by weeding and loosening the top several inches of soil. Sow 2 - 3 Checker Mallow seeds spacing them about 70 cm (30 inches) apart. Cover the flower seeds lightly with soil. Keep the False Mallow seeds moist until germination occurs. Thin to the strongest seedling. False Mallow care includes deadheading the spent blooms to promote continued blooming. Plants may need to be staked in windy areas. To have the most blooms, water regularly.


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Data sheet

Color
Purple
Height
Up to 90cm (35in)
Moisture
Medium
Ideal for
Bee & Butterfly garden
Sunlight
Full sun
Sowing month
March
May

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