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Globemallow "Colors"

  • WRA052
  • Sphaeralcea ambigua.

    • Desert globemallow, generally orange in flower color, occurs from Tucson northward about 70 miles in a variety of pinks, purples, whites, and the occasional scarlet red. The species name is derived from this ambiguity of flower color.
    • The multicolored plants are smaller, the leaves more fine than the rather coarse orange desert globemallow.
    • Beside the beauty, desert tortoises favor globemallow as food. This multi-stemmed mallow is a good source of pollen and nectar for honey bees.
    • Plants are usually 2-4 feet tall with blooms in shades of pink and lavender. Plant in autumn to early spring.
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Nancy Arndt
Too early

I won't be planting them until spring in MI.

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cynthia butler

Globemallow "Colors"

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Sara Ohlson
Globemallow "Colors"

We've "planted" the seeds this past weekend and will let you know our results. Thanks.

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jon makay
AlwY perfect

I love the seeds in the packaging and it arrived exceptionally fast. Made my head spin.