Sidalcea malviflora ‘Rosaly’ plants


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Note there is a limited quantity of these plants . They are in 10cm pots.

Sidalcea malviflora, ‘Rosaly’ has flowers which are like a miniature hollyhock. It produces these dainty satiny, pale pink blooms in masses on long spikes in summer.

It does not take a great deal of care to grow, and is excellent for cutting. To keep it healthy , cut it back hard in autumn. Deadhead to prolong the flowering season. Propagate by division in spring.

It prefers moist well drained soil in full sun, and does not like to be wet in winter.

It is attractive to bees and butterflies and also slugs and snails , so be ready to hunt the latter down!

Additional information


Hardy Perennial



Maximum Height

Approx 100 cm with flowers