Malva tournefortiana

Malva tournefortiana

Malva tournefortiana is a perennial herbaceous native of the Iberian peninsular, southern France and Morocco. The erect stems are simple or branched and bear alternate and petiolate leaves. The solitary flowers are hermaphrodite and have 5 pink petals and 5 welded sepals. The fruit is a glabrous Schizocarp.


Common Namemalva moscada/
malva rosa
Botanical nameMalva tournefortiana
Life CyclePerennial
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Basic Colourpink / blue
Height30 -> 30 cm
HabitatRocky lands
Altitude1800 m
Bloom TimeMay -> August,
Plant TypeHerb
Fruit TypeCapsule
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Sun ExposureSun
Soil pHAlkaline, Neutral
Soil MoistureDry
Soil Type Rocky
Propagationby seeds, by Cuttings,
by division, Self sows
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