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GLLOCK161
GLLOCK161
Flower Petal # 1
Main Color    
Color 2    



Location

Growing in West Chester, PA

Physical Description
Large white flowers





Large White flowers
Now there are pink ones. Does anyone know what they are?



Large White flowers
Does anyone know what this is?

Comment: Large White flowers

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prairieflower
prairieflower
January 27, 2012
what kind of area is it growing in the flower reminds me of the bush rose of sharon, but the stems look yo thin. is it growing in a marshey area? if so maybe its a marsh mallow.
gardengeek
gardengeek
September 03, 2011
That's definately in the Malvaceae family. This family includes Hibiscus, Hollyhocks, Mallow, and even Cotton and Chocolate. Look through the images in the link below, to see if you can find one that is similar.
images.google.com search?q=malvaceae
gardengeek
gardengeek
September 01, 2011
The image is a bit blown out, it's hard to tell if it's one big petal, or a group of petals.

It looks like a hibiscus, but it could also be a member of the convolvulaceae family
images.google.com search?q=convolvulaceae
images.google.com search?q=malvaceae


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