Meadow Checker-Mallow

Wildflowers Found in Oregon

Meadow Checker-Mallow

Sidalcea campestris - Uncommon, late spring-early summer, perennial, 2-6 ft. Clump of stout, erect hairy, branched stems. Hairy petioles 4-8 in. long with dark green blades. Leaves round, divided pinnately to narrow, toothed segments with sharply pointed tips. Pink to white flowers contained in densely hairy calyxes in a terminal raceme. Flower petals about 3/4 in. long. Grows in fields, grassy hillsides, along roadsides.

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