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Sphaeralcea ambigua Louis Hamilton - Louis Hamilton Apricot Mallow

Sphaeralcea ambigua can be found through the desert areas of California and the Western States. The Louis Hamilton Apricot Mallow selection will grow to be a 3-4 foot shrub. Sphaelralcea ambigua Louis Hamilton will regenerate quickly from a deep shearing after a bloom cycle, this will encourage thicker growth. Sphaelralcea ambigua Louis Hamilton will still be blooming when little else is. The Louis Hamilton Apricot Mallow will do well in disturbed areas such as roadsides or gardens with little care. Sphaeralcea ambigua Louis Hamilton has coral red flowers Spring through Fall. Sphaeralcea ambigua Louis Hamilton is larval food for the Northern White Skipper and attracts the Painted Lady Butterflies during their Spring migration. Sphaeralcea ambigua Louis Hamilton is a great addition to the Butterfly Garden.

Sphaeralcea ambigua, Desert Globemallow, Apricot Mallow

Orange flowers of Sphaeralcea ambigua - Desert Globemallow, Apricot Mallow. High resolution photos are part of our garden image collection.

Plants in the Sphaeralcea genus featured on this site: Sphaeralcea ambigua
Sphaeralcea ambigua Louis Hamilton
Sphaeralcea ambigua rosacea
Sphaeralcea fulva La Luna
Sphaeralcea philippiana