Alcea biennis

 

Alcea biennis

 

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Tall perennial. Stems tomentose with an indumentum of stellate hairs. Leaves usually rather thick, simple to weakly 5-7-lobed, usually rather asperous on the upper surface with stellate hairs with ascending rays. Involucre ½ or more as long as the calyx. Calyx not striate in flower, becoming somewhat striate later. Petals white, pink or lilac, usually with yellowish bases, 40-50 mm. Mericarps winged, conspicuously rugose, the back hairy only in the furrow. Fl. 6-10. Roadsides, fields, steppe, banks, etc. 300-1500 m.
Hungary, Balkan Peninsula. 
 
 
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