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Plant Identification: SOLVED: Malvaceae - what kind?

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April 13, 2002
5:57 PM

Post #26873

Does anybody know what this is? It has obvious mallow flowers, but check out the foliage!


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April 13, 2002
6:09 PM

Post #242232

This is Malva moschata - Musk Mallow. The lower basal leaves are rounded-heart shaped and the upper leaves are pinnasect

April 13, 2002
8:13 PM

Post #242323

Thanks, Baa, Trish will be pleased to have the full name. Thanks again!


April 13, 2002
8:20 PM

Post #242327

My pleasure!
Georgetown, TX
(Zone 8a)

April 14, 2002
5:03 AM

Post #242732

Seward, AK
(Zone 3b)

April 14, 2002
5:06 AM

Post #242735

You have these in the PDB. These are wonderful little malvas, and they self seed quite readily. They also come in pure white. Could send you some seeds if you like, Dave.

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