NAME: Desert Globemallow
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Apricot Mallow
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Sphaeralcea Ambigua
COLOR: Apricot - Salmony Orange
PLANT SEEDS: Spring or Fall
BLOOM TIME: Spring - Summer
HARDINESS ZONE: 6 - 11
PLANT HEIGHT: 24 - 36"
PLANT SPACING: 24 - 36"
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average - Dry
QUANTITY: 20 Seeds
OTHER: Desert Globemallow is a small shrub with an upright/clumping habit. It is native to the deserts of the Western US & Mexico. Globemallow is able to grow in sand or some clay, poor or rocky soil, & they have fantastic drought resistance. It is grown as an ornamental, & can be planted in a ‘regular’ garden, rock garden, native dry prairie plantings, or containers. They have an extremely long bloom time, & bloom almost year round in warm areas. The Desert Globemallow has evergreen fuzzy leaves, & lots of large 1 1/2" flowers on spikes. The flowers provide nectar for honey bees, or are great for cutting with a color that can’t be beat!
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Sep 28, 2022
Super fast shipping. Bought Globemallow seeds for my desert tortoise habitat. Can’t wait to plant them in late fall. Thank you for the extra surprise They will be great in my fall raised beds ☺️ Will buy from again in the near future.
Sep 7, 2022
Received seeds though I plan to plant them when the heat has passed.
Jul 22, 2022
Jun 15, 2022
Recreating my California garden; so excited to plant these seeds!
Jun 11, 2022