Abutilon vitifolium x suntense plants- ( Indian mallow)


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    There are only a few of these lants. They are in 8 cm pots.

    This extremely beautiful member of the mallow family is sought after by gardeners for its clusters of large saucer -shaped soft blue-purple flowers. They can range from the occasional white form through pale to deep purple. The leaves are somewhat like a grape’s , five lobed, like grey felt in appearance, dull green to grey above and lighter underneath, and are downy to touch. Flowers tend to be short lived but there is a great profusion produced in the summer months, and where it thrives it brightens up the garden in the summer months.

Additional information


Hardy Perennial

Common Name

Abutilon, Indian Mallow



Maximum Height

1.8 metres