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Gooseberry Globemallow

(Sphaeralcea grossulariaefolia) 

Gooseberry Globemallow is a perennial native to the Great Basin. It grows from 30.5 to 76 cm (12 to 30 in.). It has gray-green stems and hairy leaves that resemble gooseberry leaves. The flowers are borne on short branches with orange-red petals. The bloom period is May to July.

Gooseberry Globemallow grows on most soils from sandy to clay-loam and is abundant in open communities and disturbed sites. Broadcast seed to a depth of 2.5 cm (1 in.). Fall and winter are the preferred planting dates. Uses include stabilization of disturbed areas and mine sites, range revegetation and roadside beautification.

 

SEEDING RATES:

0.3 kg PLS /hectare
0.25 lbs. PLS/acre

 

NUMBER OF SEEDS:

500,000 per lb. (0.46 kg)
 

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