Hibiscus-like blooms of the rose mallow (also called tree mallow) cover the small shrubs over a long bloom season. The tropical-looking flowers blossom in shades of pink and white from June until early fall. This is an annual plant and will easily reseed itself if seeds are left to fall on bare soil. Rose mallow grows well in all parts of North America in almost any type of soil, and blooms well in sun or light shade. Seeds should be sown in spring. Great for back borders of gardens.
Bloom Time: Mid Summer-Early Fall