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Sidalcea is a genus containing around 31 herbaceous species in the mallow family, Malvaceae. They originate from the Western and Central regions of North America. Cultivated for their mounds of deeply divided foliage and erect racemes of purple, pink or white mallow-like flowers that appear in the Summer. They prefer full sun and well-drained soils and can be short-lived of they are too wet during the winter or if grown in heavy soils.
How to propagate Sidalcea
You can propagate from seeds.
Other uses of Sidalcea
Grown for their hollyhock-like flowers.