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Tall Poppy Mallow Palmleaf Poppymallow Callirhoe leiocarpa  Tall Poppy Mallow (Palmleaf Poppymallow) Callirhoe leiocarpa - Upright, drought tolerant annual with dark purple to wine-red blooms which open during the day and close at night, remaining closed permanently after pollination.  Native to Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas.  Roots are edible and taste rather like a parsnip.  Prefers a light sandy loam in full sun.  Full sun; height: 3ft.
#3918  Packet  $3.50,  Approximately 100 seeds
#Bz-3918  Bulk seed     1oz  (avg. 4400 seeds)   $8.99
#B4z-3918  Bulk seed     4oz   $12.59
#B1-3918  Bulk seed    1 lb  $32.49

  Wine Cup (Mallow) Callirhoe involucrata -  Hardy, drought tolerant wildflower native to Texas and the south central US.  A member of the mallow family, winecups spread on trailing ground covering stems and have malva-like dark purple or magenta blooms that close in the evening.  The plant will bloom in the spring, then go dormant in the summer heat.  In autumn, it will bloom again.  Prefers sandy or rocky soils and makes a good rock garden plant. Roots are edible and sweeter than its cousin, Callirhoe leiocarpa, resembling a sweet potato.  Full sun; height: 18in. (trailing vine)
#1392  Packet  $4.50,  Approximately 100 seeds
#Bz-1392  Bulk seed     1oz  $58.50


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