Munro’s globemallow (Sphaeralcea munroana)

several stems of grey-blue foliage with orange saucer-like flowers with yellow centers

Munro’s globemallow

 

Common name: Munro’s globemallow
Botanical name: Sphaeralcea munroana

Light: full sun
Height: 10 – 18 inches
Water: low, drought tolerant
Soil type: well-drained dry soils

Perennial wildflower with blue-grey foliage and 1″ saucer-shaped orange to brick-red flowers in fall; tap root – doesn’t like to be transplanted; forms patches; great for rock gardens and a splash of color in a hot garden

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