Name – Lavatera Family –Malvaceae (mallow family) Type – annual or perennial Height – 20 to 55 inches (50 to 140 cm) Exposure – full sun Soil – ordinary Foliage – deciduous Flowering – July to October
Planting tree mallow Tree mallow is best planted in spring but it can also be planted in fall, especially in areas where the winter climate is mild.
Choose a sunny and wind-protected spot. Tree mallow loves well drained soil. Keep a planting distance of 32 inches (80 cm) to 3 feet (1 meter) between tree mallow plants in order for them to have the space they need to develop well. Water regularly after planting, especially if planting in spring. Propagating tree mallow
This is easy and it is even recommended to multiply your tree mallow so that the base of the plant can be regenerated over the years.
Propagate very easily through cuttings in April.
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