Malva Zebrina. These plants flourish in sunny, well-drained aspects and tend to be more robust and longer lived in not too rich soil. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees. The old-fashioned flowers suit a cottage, heirloom or Victorian garden. s if they don't make it...and if they do, I'll more to put in other beds and to give as gifts. A beautiful purple joy! DG folks quickly determined that it was a zebrina hollyhock and asked me to post pix when it bloomed, so I have done so now. Malva sylvestris ‘Zebrina’ of groot kaasjeskruid is een sterke en lang bloeiende plant voor de border of een natuurlijk hoekje in de tuin. Rust can overwinter on debris left from the previous growing season. Malva should be vernalized for 6-8 weeks at 40° F or below. The flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds, but are resistant to rabbits. Cultivation: I started a couple plants four years ago - from them I get a drift approx five feet by one foot each summer. On Jan 22, 2012, crimmy from Norman, OK wrote: i have this plant...started from one little seed...and is very invasive...but it also is so hardy to with stand drought and blizzards and keeps on matter what time of year or under what kinda lucky to have flowers from this plant year round while others hibernate. I was worried about it self-seeding excessively, but only one seedling came up. The same thing has happened this summer: green leaves one week and a leafless stalk the next, with Mr. Bunny close by. Botanical name. They grew beautifully, and have been blooming for weeks now. Watch fo... read morer rust disease in spring. It didn't die back at all over the winter and now, in May, is in full bloom and a bit over 3'. It enjoys full sun and well-drained soils with a moderate to high pH. but even then, it was still producing flowers up and down all the stems. An old Cottage-garden favourite, this cousin to the Hollyhock has similar satiny flowers in a soft lavender-purple shade, exotically striped with deep maroon veins. Its leaves are broad and heart-shaped to rounded, slightly lobed and mid- to dark green. Die besondere Züchtung "Zebrina", die aus dem Himalaya stammt, ist durch ihr schnelles Wachstum, die weiß-rosa-pink gestreiften Blüten und ihren kompakten, buschig verzweigten Wuchs eine sehr geschätze Pflanze für kleinere Gärten und Gefäße. 597330 Malva sylvestris 'Zebrina' ook wel genoemd: KAASJESKRUID (Engels: Musk Mallow, Mallow) vergroot afbeeldingen : IJverig bloeiend familielid van de stokroos, ongeveer 1 m hoog, flink vertakt en vol met witte en purper generfde bloemen. Malva will flower in 10 weeks when forced at 65-70° F. Low Water Needs Average Water Needs, Average Soil Quality Fertile Soil Quality, Neutral Soil (pH = 7.0) Alkaline Soil (pH > 7.0), Early Summer Midsummer Late Summer Early Fall Mid Fall, Border Plant Cut Flower Cut Foliage Drought Tolerant Mass Planting Specimen Focal Point, About Us • I haven't noticed it bothered by any pests. I have not found this to be invasive- i actually wish it would spread a bit and as of now keeps to a couple tall stalks which seem to about double every year- but still stay put in the garden. I purchased one that wasn't very happy about being replanted into the ground, but I tended to it and it rewarded me greatly this spring. I had a friend give me seeds in 1994 and have saved seed from my original plants ever since. When our heat/humidity finally take their toll, it self-seeds so I have plants later in the season. 99. While I still think this plant is beautiful when happy, I'm giving it a neutral rating as there are many other more reliable perennials that I can grow that are just as pretty, and which adapt to various temps and conditions. A shorter cousin of the Hollyhock, Malva is easy to grow and will happily fill in the empty spaces in your garden. Perennial. On Jul 29, 2010, ansonfan from Polkton, NC (Zone 7b) wrote: Zebrina has done great here in 7b-8a for me. Fertilize monthly and remove old blooms to encourage additional blooms. Its worth noting that some years the seedpods can be especially hard to break apart, don't know if its the heat or lack of rain. The one near the house, which is probably a degree or two warmer, is still blooming today, December 8. I submitted a post to the Plant Identification forum back in March asking for help ID'ing a "mysterious leafy green stranger" growing in a flowerbed--it was all leaves and promise then, no blooms. Some are perennials that are grown as ornamental plants.Other species are annuals or biennials and, in addition, are invasive weeds, particularly in the Americas and Australia. It may take a small pair of pliers to gently break the seeds apart. Blooms June-September in my garden. Cette malva porte d’abondantes tiges droites ornées de fleurs roses au cœur plus foncé, portant des stries pourpre, presque noir mat. He doesn't seem to care for my other hollyhock plants however. This plant loves water, but will tolerate drier conditions. A perfect border plant with an old fashioned feel, thriving in most soils and flowering from June to September in sun or part shade. Love the color! On Aug 29, 2006, JanLynn from (Jan) So Milw, WI (Zone 5b) wrote: Fantastic plant/flower. Malva Sylvestris, also known as High Mallow or Tall Mallow, is one of the plants that Painted Ladies will use and is also a beautiful garden plant. MALVA SYLVESTRIS ZEBRINA : Plante très populaire puisque sa floraison est abondante et continue. Popular varieties are mallow Zebrina that is distinguished by large flowers of tender pink color with dark red veins. It has no pest problems and is heat and drought tolerant. One year later seedlings were taking over my flowerbed. Last summer healthy green leaves emerged from the ground, and I watched it every day as it grew. On Nov 24, 2002, Weezingreens from Seward, AK (Zone 3b) wrote: After attempting to winter this plant over in my zone 3 climate, I finally gave up and decided it is also an excellent perennial to grow as an annual. Box 137 ours reached almost 6 feet!! Always in bloom with little maintenance needed! On Jun 2, 2004, OhioBreezy from Dundee, OH (Zone 5b) wrote: Love this plant! I pulled out the original plant and all the seedlings. On Aug 1, 2013, riverman123 from Gold Bar, WA wrote: we planted three of these in a bunch in april of 2012. the tag said it gets 30 inches tall. Malva sylvestris 'Zebrina' Common Name: Hollyhock Mallow, Zebra Mallow. I have mini and double hollyhocks which look silimlar but by far this malva has brighter colors and is longer blooming. Zebra mallow, Striped mallow. Just a gorgeous plant. These little plants grew like troopers for me in very difficult conditions. Ithaca is not a place that receives sunny, hot summers as a rule - although we do get one once in a while. So happy the folks ID'd this fellow because he was 'this close' to the composter when I decided I should try to find out what he was! The plant has grown from seeds to more than 50 cm in height. It does self-seed quite proficiently, so be sure to pull out any seedlings you don't want when they are still small. Cultivars have been seleted with flower colors from pure white through blues to deep purple. Zone is 5b. On Apr 13, 2008, ntelya from Lakeville, MN (Zone 4a) wrote: Reliably reseeds - a classic I'd recommend for any garden (after all, Thomas Jefferson grew it at Monticello!). On May 20, 2008, konijntje from Seattle, WA (Zone 8a) wrote: What a lovely plant! It is in flower from June to September, and the seeds ripen from July to October. Ich habe seit letztes Jahr die Malva sylvestris Zebrina bei mir im Garten. Worked very, very hard for two more years to irradicate and am still finding seddlings. I have mine planted in part-shade, and it is completely covered in blooms for almost the entire summer and into fall. Malva Zebrina. On May 2, 2007, Pameliap from Florence, SC (Zone 8a) wrote: I wintersowed this plant on January 13th, with germination January 23rd of one plant. I started with 2-3 transplants about 3 years ago which have self-sowed into a huge patch. Also re-seeds. Height: 150 cm. It's easy and very pretty. 91 members have or want this plant for trade. Estabished Malva will require more consistent watering. Soil it is in is unamended and rather poor. On Oct 12, 2004, Joan from Belfield, ND (Zone 4a) wrote: Gorgeous, fast growing plant for me from seed, but it will not overwinter for me in zone 4. 3.8 out of 5 stars 15. Noteworthy Characteristics. They do not flower well in shade. P035X01. Common mallow (Malva neglecta) came from Europe to North America and is a member of the Malvaceae family, which also includes such desirable plants as hibiscus, okra, and cotton. The plants that are full sunrays grows bigger but no flowers and are majority, while the ones that are under shade they flower very early. Malva is a genus of approximately 30 species of plants known as mallows that are found in the Malvaceae family. it only gets four hours of afternoon sun (noon to 4pm). Definitely worth trying. They self-sow freely in my flower beds and have moved (on their own) from the flower bed in the front of the house to the flower bed on the side of the house. Insects find this plant especially tasty, so some control measures may be necessary. Maybe the hawk will take care of my problem by next summer and I will enjoy a blooming Zebrina Mallow pl... read moreant again. The original plant is now blooming beautifully and I plan to carefully move the babies. Zebrina Malva 6. Amazing! Also seeds itself a bit too freely. On Oct 8, 2009, RebeccaLynn from Winston Salem, NC (Zone 7a) wrote: Two years ago I purchased a blooming Zebrina Mallow plant from a local plant nursery. Not aggressive - but assertive, can easily control spreading. These outstanding 2", bowl-shaped flowers are produced in abundance from early summer to frost on robust, shrub-like plants. Malva sylvestris 'Brave Heart': Lavender-coloured flowers. Annual malva. May need to provide support. On Nov 19, 2013, DIFFICuLTY from san jose,Costa Rica wrote: I planted one of these in CR and recently found out it is half way done with its life. : 3591. It was nice in spring though. I hear a lot of horror stories about spreading and self seeding. Looks a lot like Hollyhock. My weather station recorded a night with a low of 20F (19.8) and the Zebrina hollyhocks are still green. Durée de vie plutôt courte, mais se ressème aisément. Last spring I saw dozens coming up all over the garden. Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater, Allow pods to dry on plant; break open to collect seeds. This genus is made up of 30 species of annuals, biennials and perennials that originate in Europe, North Africa and Asia, but have in some cases naturalized elsewhere. They get full sun and minimal water and require little in the way of pampering. On Oct 17, 2005, julie88 from Muscoda, WI (Zone 4b) wrote: 2005 I sowed the seeds outside in containers during the winter. 1992 96th Ave. Zeeland, MI. • 1-800-WALTERS • Privacy Notice They got only the extremely hot sun in the afternoon and, because of severe dought, they got very little extra water. Genus. A fascinating heirloom cottage garden plant with lavender-pink petals and exotic maroon veins that is very long blooming. Grows to 3 to 4 feet in full sun or part shade. Heat and drought are not a problem for this perennial. On Oct 13, 2007, macybee from Deer Park, TX (Zone 9a) wrote: Malva - Mallow Variety or Cultivar 'Zebrina' _ 'Zebrina' is an upright, bushy biennial or short-lived, woody perennial with rounded to heart-shaped, lobed, dark green leaves and, from summer into autumn, open, funnel-shaped, lavender flowers with prominent dark purple veins. Definitely needs staking in my garden or it becomes floppy. Ordering • Clean up dead leaves and plant parts in the fall. $ 1.50. They are fully frost hardy. These outstanding 2", bowl-shaped flowers are produced in abundance from early summer to frost on robust, shrub-like plants. Flowers the *first* year after sowing! As others have noted, the strong winds and storms lately have torqued the two hollyhocks a bit but they stayed upright and are blooming profusely, tho' both are a bit leggy. possibly caused by our cool, damp washington state spring season. $10.99 shipping. Then it became quite weedy and high leaf to flower ratio so I removed it. But the eye-catching spring bloom has drawn neighborhood compliments for several blocks around. looked absolutely terrible. The first year I grew this I had it in the garden where it recieved sun all day except for the hottest part of the afternoon; in amended/clay soil that was moist but well-drained. On Jan 30, 2007, kevanrijn from Parkersburg, WV (Zone 6b) wrote: My neighbor gave me two or three of these and I transplanted them in mid-season. 30 inches??? They will not flower when grown under short day lengths. (Malva sylvestris) Art.-Nr. It's also reasonably abuse-hardy. De grote, trechtervormige bloemen zijn heel verfijnd. It grows well and produces profuse blooms within the first year, so I just plant it indoors each spring and set it after last frost. A majestic easily raised perennial producing tall erect stems crammed with flowers of striking bi-colour of pink with narrow violet stripes in its first year. On Jan 17, 2005, lmelling from Ithaca, NY (Zone 5b) wrote: This is a beautiful plant when healthy and in the right conditions, but I find it a bit too persnickety to grow here in my garden due to our fluctuating summers (both heat and the amount of sun). If early flowering is desired, it is recommended to provide at least 14-hour photoperiods or night interruption lighting when the natural day lengths are less than 14 hours. It has pretty light purple flowers with darker stripes and nice foliage. On Jan 7, 2013, weidner from Merchantville, NJ (Zone 6a) wrote: Beautiful and FULL of blossoms. In sun only from 10AM 'til Noon, yet flourishes. Reseeds prolifically...I bought seeds originally for this but never used the seeds! It is has a gorgeous flower and bloomed early spring. Then the Kansas summer heat takes its toll and the plant looks pretty sad until fall, when it recovers. It spread from the ground up, eventually taking over the whole patch of plants. Can winter over here in my zone 5-6 if near a house or protected area. Die Zebrina-Malven bevorzugen einen warmen Standort in der Sonne oder im Halbschatten mit durchlässigem Boden. Contact Us • Malva sylvestris -Tall Mallow, High Mallow, Cheeses Zones 5-10. The flowers are produced from late spring to mid-fall and in the wild form are mauve-pink with dark purple veins. I planted one of these 5 years ago. Der Pflegeaufwand dieser winterharten, mehrjährigen Malvengewächse, die auch als Schnittblumen geeignet sind, ist gering. On Nov 14, 2009, jdoucette from Brampton,Canada wrote: It is still November (very mild weather here though). Perennials • On Jan 16, 2005, LilyLover_UT from Ogden, UT (Zone 5b) wrote: This lovely flower self-sows prolifically for me, and it can also be direct sown in the fall or started indoors in the spring. As it was the first time I'd grown any malva, I was surprised when it not only germinated but began to bloom in mid-June. Chinese Mallow Seeds 1900+ Malva verticillata Organic Non-GMO Green Vegetables Herb for Home Garden Outdoor Yard Farm Planting. The flowers are born on tall stalks among deep green glossy foliage. Kinda sad that it will die soon, but thats life. $8.99 $ 8. Flowers from July to September. I set out the entire container April 14th, and by the 17th had more germination around the original plant. Propagation of Malva Sylvestris. On Aug 21, 2006, Drido from Heredia,Costa Rica (Zone 11) wrote: I have this plant but only in one place of my garden it blooms, and it is a little bit invasive. There are different varieties of Malva sylvestris and the one that we carry seeds for is Zebrina, also known as Zebra Hollyhock. Indeed they tend to be a bit too enthusiastic and I have to thin them out vigorously each spring so they don't crowd out other, more desirable plants. BUT it spreads like crazy so lookout! On Feb 28, 2012, Gabrielle from (Zone 5a) wrote: It's size is nice and flowers are pretty, but it is prone to fungus issues. Liefergröße: 9x9 cm-Topf   Like Us on Facebook, Order Professionally Printed Benchcards from MasterTag. :). oh yeah??? Even if they don't overwinter, the ease of germination and the profusion of blooms the first year will give these a solid place in my purple dominated yard. I "inherited" the plant from my neighbor who "inherited" it from her neighbor and, last year I shared this plant with another neighbor. The plant is self-fertile. | Planten online kopen Cut plants back after the first flowers have faded. Water Malva throughly and allow the plant to dry slighlty between waterings. On Mar 14, 2006, DawninTx from Nevada, TX (Zone 8a) wrote: have grown this malva for many years. No fungus or other problems with diseases. Easy to start from seed. It´s very hardy here in Costa Rica. 4ft (1.2m) Price: £2.30 per packet of seeds. Pretty plant, but here in the Portland, Oregon area it is a pain in the neck (and back, and arms). On May 18, 2007, Beach_Barbie from Kure Beach, NC (Zone 9a) wrote: Started mine from seed last spring. Another species of common mallow mostly seen in Europe is M. sylvestris, which can be distinguished from the U.S. variety by its purplish-pink color. Se cultive dans tous les sols, bien drainés. I use ... read more, Our neighbors had peacocks when I was growing up. Do I need to cut this plant back when we get some cold weather? • P.O. You can allow them to self seed for the following year, if desired, but flowers may not be true. Genus: Malva Species: sylvestris Variety: 'Zebrina' Item Form: 1-Quart Zone: 4 - 8 Bloom Start To End: Mid Summer - Mid Fall Habit: Mound-shaped Plant Height: 3 ft - 4 ft Plant Width: 18 in - 24 in Bloom Size: 2 in Additional Characteristics: Bloom First Year, Butterfly Lovers, Easy Care Plants, Flower, Free Bloomer, Heirloom, Hummingbird Lovers, Long Bloomers Malva sylvestris, 'Zebrina' Malva sylvestris, 'Zebrina' This is a splendid variety with very striking, bicolored flowers that are a very pale lilac boldly marked with very dark purple, zebra (even if they do radiate from the centre) stripes. On Jul 1, 2006, zville123 from Zanesville, OH (Zone 6a) wrote: This is my first year gardening and this plant is a wonder to behold! The mallow plant didn't have a chance to bloom last summer. I save seeds and replant it each spring because I love it that much. It's now mid October and the plants have long since gone to seed. They have done very well in my heavy clay soil. The Plants Database includes the following 10 species of Malva .Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Zebrina has 2 inch white to lavender flowers with deep purple stripes pointing to a purple center. The scientific name may be listed as Malva … Recently a hawk has taken residency in my suburban neighborhood. his is a most garden-worthy plant in some, it just wasn't in my garden. across (6 cm), over a long bloom period. The flowers are similar to but smaller than the popular Lavatera to which the malvas are related; they are single 5-petalled flowers in shades of white, pink, blue or purple. stunning to say the least! Though it is sometimes short-lived, Malva will self-seed readily assuring years of blooms. Probably a good plant for friends with black thumbs. It is hardy to zone (UK) 5 and is not frost tender. Put it where it can go wild. Malva have an obligate long day requirement for flowering. Proven Winners ® • … Check out our collection Garden Plants £5 … The next summer I purchased and planted in the same spot, but the plant only lasted through June before slowly withering away. Malva sylvestris, commonly known as common mallow but also known as wood mallow, tree mallow and high mallow, is native to Europe, western Asia and northern Africa.It is similar in appearance to the genera Hibiscus and Alcea.Over time, this species has escaped gardens and naturalized in many parts of the world. Plant hollyhock seeds and enjoy this showy, tall favorite perennial. Malva moschata f. alba (White Musk Mallow) is an upright, woody-based perennial boasting musk-scented, pure white, bowl-shaped flowers, 2.5 in. Low Water Needs Average Water Needs, Average Soil Quality Fertile Soil Quality, Neutral Soil (pH = 7.0) Alkaline Soil (pH > 7.0), Early Summer Midsummer Late Summer Early Fall Mid Fall, Border Plant Cut Flower Cut Foliage Drought Tolerant Mass Planting Specimen Focal Point. Did well last year, but it did suffer during the hottest months. Feed with 75-100 ppm N at each watering or topdress with a CRF at a medium rate. I have not found this to be invasive- i actually wish it would spread a bit and as of now keeps to a couple tall stalks which seem to about double every year- but still stay put in the garden. I can think of worse invasive plants for sure! On Oct 28, 2010, soldiersong from North Plains, OR (Zone 8a) wrote: INVASIVE. 'Zebrina' sports soft pink flowers with striking, raspberry-purple veins, achieving a pinwheel effect. mauritiana 'Zebrina' from Thompson & Morgan - experts in the garden since 1855 La floraison dure de Juin à … Malva zebrina (Malva sylvestris "Zebrina"), also known as zebra mallow or mallow hollyhock, is an upright perennial that blooms from early summer through mid-autumn. Resources Deze cultivar heeft mooie tweekleurige bloemen. im also curious what happens next year. Zebrina is a good choice for the middle or back of the sunny border, where its dark green foliage serves as background for shorter plants, and its absolute MASSES of … Nice foliage too. Ihr Vorteil Die Zebra-Malve Zebrina von Kiepenkerl wächst über die Jahre zu einem wunderbaren, üppigen Blütenstrauch in Ihrem Garten heran. So, common malva (Malva sylvestris), or high mallow, is a biennial plant that in cold climate zone is grown as an annual one.It grows up to 4 ft in height, the distinguishing feature is that the color of veins is darker than of flowers. The plant has grown from seeds to more than 50 cm in height. Add to Cart. On Aug 8, 2006, BamaBelle from Headland, AL (Zone 8a) wrote: Blooms are white with dark purple throats, anthers and stamen. On Jun 15, 2011, Redrock069 from Oskaloosa, KS (Zone 6a) wrote: Very invasive. On Jun 11, 2006, pookerella from Bellmore, NY (Zone 7a) wrote: Re: the first post, I am in what is now considered zone 7a (used to be 6b) and I couldn't winter this plant! This is a follow-up question concerning Malva sylvestris 'Zebrina'. Over the next few weeks, the same process repeated itself. On Apr 6, 2013, absinthe27 from Albertville, MN (Zone 4b) wrote: One of my favorite plants in the garden. Malva sylvestris 'Zebrina' Other names. Sylvestris. Het is een overblijvende plant maar niet lang levend die zich zelf uitzaait.Op de goed vertakte stengels bloeien de donkerroze geaderde, lichtroze bloemen.Verlangt een goed gedraineerde, niet te voedzame, iets zure grond op een zonnige plaats. Lasts a long time here in So, Jersey near Philadelphia.Prolific bloomer. Jan. On Aug 28, 2006, 4paws from Citra, FL (Zone 9a) wrote: I saved seeds from a plant I had in 2002 in WI which was about 5' tall, and finally was able to plant them this spring. The blooms go on and on...... it just keeps producing flowers from bottom of stem till it reaches the tip top. I think its one of the most gorgous plants in my garden, not only are the colors bright and striking but it also shows non stop flowering though-out the season. Although they may not be quite as showy as those of Lavatera, they do make attractive subjects for the border or wild garden. Hat sich die Pflanze erst einmal gut etabliert, blüht sie von Anfang Juni bis Mitte Oktober. I usually cut back gangly tops after going to seed, and blooms continue until hit by a freeze. It did wonderfully the whole summer, that year, but did not appear to reseed itself. This erect perennial species grows to 3' tall, often behaving as a biennial. On Feb 5, 2011, essentialplanet from Wilsonville, OR (Zone 8b) wrote: I love this plant - beautiful, attracts pollinators and blooms prolifically for a very long time. This striking, out of the ordinary plant grows to 3-4 feet. Malva sylvestris is a species of the mallow genus Malva in the family of Malvaceae and is considered to be the type species for the genus. Apply a preventative fungicide at transplant. however, we did have fungal problems. Malva is a genus of about 25–30 species of herbaceous annual, biennial, and perennial plants in the family Malvaceae (of which it is the type genus), one of several closely related genera in the family to bear the common English name mallow.The genus is widespread throughout the temperate, subtropical and tropical regions of Africa, Asia and Europe.. Zaaimethode. not to mention its overwhelming number of beautiful flowers. Malva sylvestris var. I grew it easily from seed late in the season last year and it stayed green all winter. • • Connaître la mauve sylvestris Zebrina est une vivace herbacée, qui vous donnera un magnifique écran de fleurs. The purple veins out as if stroked on with a paint brush. One tough perennial! I grew this from seed three years ago. The leaves are alternate, palmately lobed. Very dependable, drought hardy, grows in sun or part-shade, doesn't need "coddling" (thrives more on neglect...). Malven sind mit ihrem nostalgischen Charme eine sehr beliebte Bauerngartenpflanze, die vorzugsweise an Mauern und Zäunen gepflanzt wird.. Tend to need support because of height attained at times. Malva Malva. I also get volunteer plants from seed that dropped the previous year. Definitely a bright spot in my garden. This plant has done well for me in an area that gets afternoon sun- a "plus" in my garden. Propagate from cuttings or seed in spring; the perennials often self-seed. Malva sylvestris, commonly called zebra mallow, is a short-lived perennial often grown as an annual. It's usually perennial, but any plants that die are replaced by many seedlings. I find if the malva sylvestirs zebrina has grown tall and most of the flowers have bloomed that if I cut it down half ways it will send out side shoots and grow and bloom again: Carole: May 25, 2012: I bought 2 malva plants, one purple , one was more pink, 5 years ago. It is 3 months old but will only live 6 months.. I had been seeing this plant growing along the road ... read more, I have literal swarms of honey bees yearly. Repeated attempts in various spots over the next few years made me decide that while t... read morehis is a most garden-worthy plant in some, it just wasn't in my garden. Next year, I plan to check out other varieties of malva. The ... read more, Use of this Web site constitutes acceptance of the Malva sylvestris is a BIENNIAL/PERENNIAL growing to 0.5 m (1ft 8in) at a fast rate. Usually ships within 1 to 3 weeks. ~julie~. Qty. One tough perennial! Foliar applications of 15 ppm paclobutrazol (Bonzi, Paczol or Piccolo) or 2.5 ppm uniconazole (Concise or Sumagic) are effective at controlling plant height when they are applied early in the crop.

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