Henderson's Checkermallow : Sidalcea hendersonii
Well adapted to a wide range of conditions, but rare and threatened in the wild.
Will spread out from original location through underground rhizomes.
It is an important pollen source for various native insects, bees, and butterflies - including the endangered Fender’s Blue Butterfly.
Leaves and flowers are mild and pleasant eaten raw or cooked - added to salads, soups, or cooked into other dishes
*Available for local pick-up only
4 INCH POT