Growing Musk Mallow

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These beautiful flowers that last for one day, are native to south asia. This page is about growing musk mallow.
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February 7, 2006
Botanical Name: Abelmoschus moschatus
Life Cycle: annuals, perennials
Planting Time: spring
Height: 1 1/2' to 6'
Exposure: full sun
Soil: moist, nutrient rich, well-drained soil with a neutral pH
Hardiness: zones 9 to 11, best in hot, humid climates. Not drought tolerant.
Bloom Time: summer through frost
Flower: pink, red and yellow; aromatic
Foliage: green, upright
Propagation: seeds and stem cuttings
Suggested Use: beds, borders, containers, and mass plantings
Growing Hints: Sow seeds or transplant seedlings into warm soil. Seedlings should be spaced approximately 18 inches apart. Seeds should be soaked for 24 hours prior to planting to speed germination. If starting indoors, use individual peat pots to avoid disturbing roots while transplanting.
Interesting Facts: Musk Mallow is native to Southeast Asia and is a relative to the hibiscus, cotton and okra. Flowers last only a single day, but plant flowers continuously all summer.
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