Sidalcea is sometimes called the miniature hollyhock, and you can see why, when above the lobed basal leaves rise elegant narrow spires clothed with lovely pink bowl-shaped flowers, stopping just short of 3 feet. The mid-summer flowering period is pleasingly long. Likes the sun. Any reasonable soil, but not clay. 2 litre pot.
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You can cut back old flowering stems, but they will keep on flowering regardless in any case!
Sidalcea Elsie Heugh is a tall hardy perennial plant with lobed leaves and spikes of bowl shaped fringed shell pink flowers in summer suitable for full sun.