Les semences la campagnarde
Bag of 30 seeds
The wild mallow is a pretty decorative plant that can reach 1 meter in height. Its flowers are pale pink and streaked with purple and last until the arrival of frosts. It resists very well to drought, requires very little maintenance and is appreciated by pollinators.
It is used in traditional herbalism to soothe and protect tissues and mucous membranes as well as to promote healing. Its leaves and flowers are slightly laxative.
It is recommended that you consult a licensed herbal therapist or other qualified healthcare professional before use.
Plant type: short-lived perennial that reseeds itself
Hardiness Zone: 5
Flower color: pale pink with purple lines
Sunshine: Sun, partial shade
Flowering period: June to September
Seed germination: 6 to 20 days
Seeding depth: 5 mm
Seed spacing: 60 cm
Height: 50 to 100 cm
Planting instructions: Direct sow in late May or fall or start sowing in March and transplant outdoors in May or June. Thereafter, let the spontaneous seedlings develop, which often appear not far from the mother plant. It can be grown in a pot.