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Iliamna rivularis

Maple Mallow, Mountain Hollyhock, Streambank Wild Hollyhock

Community: Mountain

Brief Description

Native hollyhock thrives with plenty of water.

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  • Abundant Pink Blooms
  • Maple-shaped Leaves
  • Fall Color
  • Tall Border Specialty

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Plant Description and Details

Tall spikes of light rose to deep pink bloom in early summer. Occuring on moister sites across the western U.S., our native hollyhock is both decorative and vigorous. After the flower display is gone, rich maple-shaped leaves remain to give texture andstructure to the garden, turning to a golden hue as fall comes on. Under optimum conditions of fertile soil and high moisture, it can become quite large. Try it as a backdrop, as a specimen plant, or in moist meadow plantings.

Common Names Maple Mallow, Mountain Hollyhock, Streambank Wild Hollyhock
Community Mountain
Drought Tolerant No
Native Range Meadows and streambanks in valleys & foothills, throughout western states.
Native States CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, WY
Hardiness Down to Zone 4
Exposure Sun - Part Shade
Soil Preference Various
Placement Tall borders, streambank screens, specimen plants, meadow settings.
Mature Height 4 - 6 ft.
Mature Width 5 ft.
Group Spacing 3-6 ft.
Blossom Color Light Pink
Blooms Early Summer
Establishment Tips Water at planting and 4-5 times deeply the first summer.
Maintenance Tips Clip off seed heads after flowering to keep from reseeding, trim plant back to ground after fall frost.
Wildlife Pollinators
Plants Symbol ILRI
Family Name Malvaceae
Lewis & Clark No
 

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