Malva moschate alba
Low-maintenance and, thanks to all that pollen, a veritable bee paradise. It flowers continuously and copes really well with droughts.
Fresh, pure-white flowers and leaves that smell faintly like musk.
Winner of the “RHS Award of Garden Merit for reliability and good performance”.
Height: 60cm (24")
Hardiness: Yes, but if it gets really cold, you might want to consider frost protection
Where: Full sun
When: February to April inside, March to May, or September to October outdoors.
Spacing: 50cm (20")
Harvesting/Flowering: June to September the following year.
Tip: This perennial has a short lifespan. It can self-propagate though, which means a recurring splendor of flowers.
A paradise for insects
Photos 1 & 3: Janina Laszlo