A perennial plant grown as a biennial. A plant up to 2.5 m high with large flowers of various colors. The inflorescences are giant elongated brushes consisting of double flowers up to 5 cm in diameter. Mallow is used to decorate walls, fences and, of course, for cutting.
Agricultural technology: Mallow is a light-loving, winter-hardy, drought-resistant plant. Seeds are sown in the ground in a permanent place in mid-May. Shoots appear in 12-15 days. The crops are thinned out, creating a feeding area of 40×50 cm for the plants. In the first year, the plants form a rosette of large leaves; flowering occurs in the second year in July and continues until September.
Number of seeds in one package:1g.