Sidalcea candida
'Bianca'

Sidalcea candida Bianca
Photo by Peganum

Pure white blooms on 3’ tall stalks add brilliance and sophistication to the Summer garden. Native to much of the Midwest, this stately wildflower blooms in mid-Summer with pretty 2” mallow flowers densely clustered on multiple erect stalks ideal for cutting. Only reaching 1-2' wide, it’s beautiful planted in groups of threes or tucked into a mixed border. Naturally growing along sandy creek beds, it needs excellent drainage and plenty of water to thrive. Attracts bees, butterflies, and hummers!

Lisa,
Plant Unicorn

Sun/Pt.Shade
Avg. Water/Moist

Perennial
USDA zones 5-11