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Rose Checker Mallow Perennial, 25 Seeds Per Packet

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Product Type Flowers
Brand Isla's Garden Seeds
Color Pink
Expected Planting Period Fall Soil Type Loam Soil
Number of Seeds 25

About this item

Rose Checker Mallow is a perennial flower, native to the Northwest, that has pink blooms. It can usually be found growing in meadows, open fields, along roadsides and throughout the loping hills of the Northwest. Rose Checker Mallow is more commonly found in areas that have higher moisture levels. In the Northwest, fall plant this flower outside for the best results. Most Oregon native wildflowers need cold weather to spur them out of the ground. Patience is important, because some can take longer to grow and up to three years to fully establish themselves.

  • The soil must be average or well-drained in order to have optimal results.
  • The flowers will tolerate sandy soil and loamy soil. It's known as being one of the most famous wildflowers to be naturally grown in the world, and can cover entire hillsides, especially on the Pacific Coast.
  • Common Names: Common poppy, Common Red poppy, Corn poppy, Flanders poppy, Shirley poppy
  • Latin Name: Papaver rhoeas
  • Species Origin: Introduced US Wildflower
  • Life Cycle: Annual
  • USDA Zones: 7,8,9,10

Product Type Flowers
Brand Isla's Garden Seeds
Color Pink
Expected Planting Period Fall Soil Type Loam Soil
Number of Seeds 25

About this item

Rose Checker Mallow is a perennial flower, native to the Northwest, that has pink blooms. It can usually be found growing in meadows, open fields, along roadsides and throughout the loping hills of the Northwest. Rose Checker Mallow is more commonly found in areas that have higher moisture levels. In the Northwest, fall plant this flower outside for the best results. Most Oregon native wildflowers need cold weather to spur them out of the ground. Patience is important, because some can take longer to grow and up to three years to fully establish themselves.

  • The soil must be average or well-drained in order to have optimal results.
  • The flowers will tolerate sandy soil and loamy soil. It's known as being one of the most famous wildflowers to be naturally grown in the world, and can cover entire hillsides, especially on the Pacific Coast.
  • Common Names: Common poppy, Common Red poppy, Corn poppy, Flanders poppy, Shirley poppy
  • Latin Name: Papaver rhoeas
  • Species Origin: Introduced US Wildflower
  • Life Cycle: Annual
  • USDA Zones: 7,8,9,10