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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.



0.3 kg PLS /hectare
0.25 lbs. PLS/acre



500,000 per lb. (0.46 kg)

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