Callirhoe bushii, Bush’s Poppy Mallow
A brilliant Missouri native perennial, Bush’s Poppy Mallow, Callirhoe bushii, boasts striking magenta cups that top rambling 12-18” stems in summer. Easy to grow in any soil in full to part sun. Just like other members of the mallow family, it forms a prominent central stem. Its long tap root makes it drought tolerant but difficult to move. Good sprawling ground cover.
Plant in full sun in well draining soil.
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