The Halbertleaved Mallow is native to the eastern and central parts of North America. The preferred surrounding would be full to partial sun and excels when put in moist soil. There are various places you would find such a perennial: near lakes, marshy areas, as well as ponds. The waterfowl and quail consume the flowers seeds since they are normally found near water.
This largely grown perennial, hibiscus, has large blooms on them with small flowers on each of the heads. Some of the beautiful colors are: purple, red, white, pink, and even a bluish color. These blooms have dimensions up to 18 inches and the plant itself can reach heights of up to 2 feet.
Mature Height: 3-6 ft.
Mature Width: 3-6 ft.
Growth/Year: 3+ ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Soil Conditions: Adaptable to various soils
Botanical Name: Hibiscus Laevis