Flora of Northern Ireland
  • Malva sylvestris L. - Common Mallow
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Malva sylvestris
© Paul Hackney
Malva sylvestris
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Malva sylvestris
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Malva sylvestris
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Malva sylvestris
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An attractive but rather untidy-looking short-lived perennial mallow species, frequent in waste ground inland, but commonest near the seashore, especially in the south-east. It is a member of the flora of the upper littoral in Co Down.

All names: Malva sylvestris L.