Mauritanian mallow (perennial) wild mallow
The Mauritanian hollyhock, also called wild mallow, is an endemic wild plant. It has captivating red-violet blossoms. The plant parts above ground are used for treating sore throat and cough. Height 40-120cm, blooming period from June to October.
Sow in seed trays in May to July. Prick out young plantlings and plant at a nutrient-rich location in autumn (distance 50x50cm). Not suitable for too dry locations (mallow rust!). A self-sower.
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