Wow! What a color! Free flowering from May-June till frost, everyone swoons for the surprisingly intense coral-red 1” mini-hollyhock blooms on this western native “Globe Mallow”. Low-maintenance, heat and drought tolerant , graceful multi-branching stems clothed in soft ever-grey-green lobed foliage display plentiful blooms that sway with the slightest breeze. Extra satisfying planted in groups and happy in a pot (10+ gal) Best with good drainage and average to low fertility. To 3-4’ x 3’. Cut back to 12-18” in its second year to maintain bushiness. Bees, butterflies. Deer resistant.