Sidalcea malviflora | Rosaly
Sidalcea malviflora Rosaly is related to Hollyhocks, and produce spikes of similar satiny flowers, though smaller in size, held on compact, bushy plants. This variety is the softest marshmallow pink, and quite stunning. The stems are upright and we have found that they are excellent for cutting. Flowering is from early summer and if you prune the plants back hard after flowering, you may get a second flowering in autumn. Plants should be divided every 2 to 3 years in early spring to ensure that the plants continue to flower strongly.
Plants are happy in full sun to partial shade and do well in most soils including clay. Keep plants moist with a layer of mulch.
Height: 90cm - 1.2m with flower stems x 50-60cm Wide
Plant size | PB2 | Equivalent 1.2 litres
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