The beautiful Rose Mallow of the annual garden is always a spectacular treat for gardeners and visitors alike. Best stands emerge from seeds directly sown in mid spring. Plants grow luxuriously from 36"-48", and become fully covered with delicious pink and white trumpet flowers. If one isn't saving many seeds they should deadhead the fading blooms to promote an extended blooming period. This wonderful cultivar can really steal your heart and become one of your yearly garden favorites. They're close relatives to many other flowering beauties as well, such as Hollyhock, Rose of Sharon, Zebra althea and Hibiscus just to name a few.