Malva moschata / Pink Musk Mallow / Seeds

(Code: KMG_002)
In Stock
Add to cart
Malva moschata / Pink Musk Mallow / Seeds

A graceful hardy perennial native to the British Isles.  Musk Mallow flowers all summer from July to September, with a profusion of rose-pink flowers and fern like leaves, growing to a good height of 60-90cm.  In a sunny and fertile spot it will grow well with blue delphiniums, matching the growth nd providing a nice colour contrast.

Musk Mallow is a very adaptable plant, looking good in wildflower gardens and in the border, and needs very little maintenance.  Plants prefer an open or sunny to part-shady site and well drained soil.


Pack of approx 200 seeds.  Sow in autumn in a seed tray or spring directly in the ground.  Easy to grow and fast to mature, flowering in the first year.  Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.

See how your seeds are packed.

Hardiness Hardy deciduous perennial (RHS Hardiness H5)
Flowers July to September
Height 60 - 90cm
Spread 30 - 50cm
Conditions  Sun to part shade and well drained soil

Sow in summer/autumn about 4mm deep in trays of seed compost.  Germination takes 1-2 weeks at 20C.   Pot on seedlings when they are big enough to handle and plant out in the garden in the spring.  Or sow in late spring directly in the ground, when germination takes about 4-6 weeks.

Grow Plants need little maintenance once established.  They do not generally need pruning.  Plants can be short-lived lived but they will self seed.  Basal cuttings can be taken in spring and summer.