Common Mallow - (Malva silvestris)

Common Mallow Herb

This perennial herb, also know as high mallow, is a member of the Malvaceae family. The flowers are pink to purple and the plant can grow up to 5 feet tall.

Common mallow is native to Asia, Europe and northern Africa.

Plant Common mallow in poor soil in a sunny to partial shady location. Harvest the the leaves in spring and the flowers in late summer.

Parts used: Flowers, leaves, roots.

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