Sidalcea campestris

meadow sidalcea

Habit: stoutly branched, hairy herbaceous perennial that forms a clump from short, thick rhizomes. Grayish-green upper leaves are deeply palmate and divided into 7-9 narrow parts with sharply pointed tips. The bottom leaves are larger, round and lobed. Inflorescence is an open spike of white to pink opaque and hairy flowers. Blooms from June to July

Ecology: found only in Oregon and a small area of Washington in fields, grassy hillsides, and roadsides.

Growing Conditions: full sun to partial shade in moist to rather dry, well-drained soil.


Herbaceous Perennial
2-6 ft (0.6-1m)
8-12 in (20-30 cm)
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