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Found this growing on a tree. What is it?
Found in Minnesota, in a garden.
Zone 9, Canada. About 2 inches growing like weeds.
What variety of hibiscus is this beaut!!
What is this carrot mutation and why did it happen?
Deciduous tree with short bloom. Tulare County, CA
Looks like malva sylvestris to me it's really easy to get seeds once the flower has done its thing. Comes back every year. It's also used in infusions. I think you call it mallow in English, right?
Yep just checked on wiki. Thankyou for the advice! Il keep my eye on it and collect seeds ☺️
Malva (mallow). As well as seeing it wild you'll also see seed packets of this at garden centres or on UK gardening magazine covers.