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looks like a hollyhock

Posted by jerome69 6 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 27, 09 at 10:06

have a flower growing on the edge of my driveway that looks like a hollyhock, tall,thin that resemble a hollyhock but smaller. has leafs at the base, maybe six right on the ground. can anyone help me out. i want to collect the seeds and re-grow it in a more fertile and suitable spot. thanks

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RE: looks like a hollyhock

could be one of these, what color are the flowers? can you post a picture?

check out pics of

malva zebrina

malva Mauritiana


RE: looks like a hollyhock

thank you Fran, i looked both up and it looks like the malva zebrina. thanks again.

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