Two to three feet.
Flowers reddish crimson, July and August.
A fine annual Mallow, closely resembling the
he flowers are single, trumpet or convolvulus
shaped, and of a good crimson, streaked with close-set
lines of a darker shade.
There is also a sort with pure white flowers.
Sow in March, thin out till the plants stand a
foot apart in the clump.
The Malope seems to be rather less susceptible
to the Mallow disease than the Lavatera and some
others of the genus.
See Also : Mallow