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August 24, 2012

Malva alcea fastigata (Musk Malva)

Also know as Hollyhock mallow due to the resemblance of its flowers to hollyhocks, Malva fastigata grows two to three feet tall and displays masses of pink flowers in midsummer.

Malva alcea var. fastigiata mallow perennial

Also know as Hollyhock mallow due to the resemblance of its flowers to hollyhocks, Malva fastigata grows two to three feet tall and displays masses of pink flowers in midsummer.  A great backdrop plant or as addition to any cottage garden.  May self-seed if dead flower heads are not cut back.

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