Northern Island Tree Mallow

Northern Island Tree Mallow

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Caption: Northern Island Tree Mallow (Lavatera assurgentiflora ss. assurgentiflora) is a shrub 1 to 3 meters high with soft wood and irregularly toothed leaf margins (5 to 7 lobes per leaf). The flowers range from white to purple with purple veins through the petals. It grows along roadsides, chaparral, and disturbed areas of vegetation. It blooms from February through October and occurs on all four Northern Channel islands, although this subspecies is endemic only to Anacapa and San Miguel.

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Keywords: anacapa island, annual mallows, assurgentiflora, california flora, channel islands flora, channel islands national park, channel islands national park flora, endemic, flower, flowering plant, flowering shrub, lavatera, lavatera assurgentiflora, lavatera assurgentiflora ssp. assurgentiflora, northern island tree mallow, rose mallows, royal mallows, shrub, wild flower

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