Malva moschata. Mallow Family. June - Sept.
Found by roadsides and in waste places. Canada, Eastern, Middle and Southern States. Naturalized from Europe. Escaped from cultivation.
White or pink, 5 divisions, in small cluster terminating stem, 1 - 2 feet high.
Deeply cut and lobed, faintly musk-scented.
Malva rotundifolia. Mallow Family. June - Oct.
Found in waste places. Throughout United States. Naturalized from Europe.
White or pinkish, small, on long stalks from leaf angles.
Slightly lobed, long stemmed. Plant stem creeping, 4 - 10 inches long.