If you like pastel coloured flowers that will give your garden the look of a British cottage garden than its time you plant the Miniature Hollyhocks. This is a lovely plant for your perennial border and the cup-shaped flowers will grace your garden. The strong stems hold flower buds from the bottom of the stem to the top of the plant. The blooms appear in early summer and last for over 3 months. The blooms come in pink or white and are about 3 inches across. Prefers a deep fertile well-drained but moisture-retentive soil in a sunny position but with some shade Sidalcea prefers full sun and will tolerate light shade. Well drained soil is best – avoid very wet soils.A good upright border plant related to Hollyhocks. Sidalcea “Party Girl” has carmine pink satiny flowers of sturdy spikes up to 1m. Plants flower from June to August - longer if deadheaded. The flower spikes make good cut flowers.Sidalcea prefers full sun and will tolerate light shade. Well drained soil is best – avoid very wet soils.
Scientific Name : SidaleaCommon Name : Prairie MallowBlooming Season : Spring, SummerPlant Habit : UprightWater : Medium Position : SunHeight :24inches