Natural Splendour #3

Rose Mallow - Lavatera trimestris (Malvaceae)

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8 responses to this post.

  1. I have never seen a lilac coloured one before – beautiful.

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    • Hi Elaine, The camera may have distorted the colour a little as it is probably nearer cream with just a hint of the lilac. It is lovely though and I am glad it chose to self sow in my garden!

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  2. Is it really that beautiful delicate but pure colour? Christina

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    • It is pretty much as you see it Christina. I do think the camera may have distorted the colour a little but it is not by much so what you see is practically what I see in the flesh. It is lovely isn’t it? Wonderful shape too. Jason.

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  3. Stunning flower! Will look into them. Very beautiful. Easy to grow?

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    • I’ll be honest Petra and admit that I’ve no idea how easy it is to grow as it self sown and we’ve never had it in the garden before! I will be collecting seeds though and trying to grow more for next year so then I’ll be able to let you know. Jason.

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  4. Jason,

    You have some brilliant photo’s on your blog now!!
    I love that mallow flower. I have some of the more common Lavatera plants in the garden here, but that is an exceptionally fine bloom!

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    • Thanks Simon, I do try! I think I will try and collect the seed later in the autumn as it would be nice to have more dotted about the place. Jason.

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