Sidalcea or Prairie Mallow are flowering annual or perennial plants that are members of the Malvaceae or Mallow family. They are native to west and central Nort America.

What is a Sidalcea?

Sidalcea are low mound forming plants with rounded green leaves that are usually less than 1m tall. In summer and into autumn they have flower spikes in white, pink and red, these are attractive to bees and other pollinators.

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Where to plant Sidalcea?

Sidalcea prefer full sun and a moist but well drained soil. They are happy in patio pots or in the garden border where they help create a cottage garden look.

How to care for Sidalcea?

Sidalcea are easy plants to look after. Water young and pot grown plants in dry spells. Cut back old flower spikes to encourage more flowers and remove dead or damaged foliage in the spring.