60 seeds $2.75
Sidalcea malviflora 'Rosanna'
Sidalcea malviflora blooms from mid summer to fall with small, hollyhock-like flowers on tall, narrow stems. It attracts hummingbirds.
Sidalcea malviflora 'Rosanna' is advertised as being rosy red. But I think it looks like a deep, purplish-pink. The color is bright, but the flowers are small, so it combines well with most other flowers in the garden.
Sidalcea malviflora is native to the West Coast of the United States. Also known as Miniature Hollyhock and Prairie Mallow. Deer resistant. Hardy in zones 5-9.
height 36" spacing 16"
Sowing Sidalcea malviflora 'Rosanna' Seeds
Start sidalcea seeds indoors in late winter. Barely cover the seeds with soil, then refrigerate for 3 weeks. Full sun to part shade.