Bush's Poppy Mallow (Callirhoe bushii)
Bush's Poppy Mallow (Callirhoe bushii)

Bush's Poppy Mallow (Callirhoe bushii)

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Works well alone or mixed with plants that bloom later, such as black-eyed susan. Stems stand erect.
Item #: CABUS
Binomial Callirhoe bushii

Bush's poppy mallow is very similar to purple poppy mallow.  The main difference between the two is that Bush's poppy mallow stands more upright while purple poppy mallow sprawls over the ground.  Bush's poppy mallow can also tolerate more shade.  The magenta flowers appear in June & July and compliment Missouri coneflower, pale purple coneflower, and thimbleweed; it also looks great on its own.

Uses:  Drought tolerant, showy flowers, bees
Bloom time:  June & July

Height:  24 to 30 inches
Space:  18 to 24 inches

Sun:  Sun to light shade
Moisture:  Dry to average

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