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Meadow Checkermallow
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Sidalcea campestris

Common Name: Meadow Checkermallow

This checkermallow grows many upright stems to 4 ft. or more covered in showy white to pale pink flowers, May-June. When using in the garden, cut back after flowering to get more flowers. Forms large robust clumps and is an easy perennial. It has proven a winner on restoration sites establishing quickly and persisting over the long-haul. It is found in both wet and dry prairies. There are both early (May) and later (June-July) blooming forms of which we carry both. Host plant for Gray Hairstreak and nectar for: Fenders Blue, Taylor's Checkerspot, and Checkered Skipper.

Flower Color: Pink
Zones: 5-9
Growth Habit: Perennial
Height: 2-5
Spread: 0-2
Light Needs: Full Sun
Flowering Season: Spring
Leaf Color: Green
Plant Features: Drought Tolerant, Native to Pacific Northwest

This plant may be available. Check our current availability on our Wholesale Ordering page HERE.