Below is our expansive gallery and directory featuring flowers that start with “H”. Perhaps you’re looking for a particular flower and all you know is that the first letter is H. We have you covered here.
Easy to grow and adaptable, the High Mallow (an example of a flower that starts with H) can survive in full sun to part shade, in medium moisture to well-drained soils, from seed and will self-pollinate. It can also be grown as annuals, biennials and even as perennials, albeit short-lived. No wonder it has easily grown wild and can be found in many parts of the world.
Native to Europe, western Asia and northern Africa, these long-stalked plants with rose-purple and dark-striped petals can typically grow to 2-4’ tall. Its basal leaves are rounded, kidney-shaped and rough-hairy and can grow to 2-4” long while the upper leaves are triangular.
Flowers bloom from July to September and as the flowers begin to fall, that’s the only time its fruits begin to develop. Small, rounded and disc-shaped, many think that the fruit of a High Mallow looks like a miniature cheese wheel. For this reason, plants of the same genus have common names such as cheese, cheese plant and cheeseweed.
Know more about the perennial flower High Mallow plus all other interesting plants and flowers that start with H.
Not a lot of websites thoroughly list plants and flowers alphabetically. However, because we have a database set up, we’re able to offer a comprehensive listing of plants and flowers that you can filter alphabetically.
Be sure to also check out our entire garden directory where you’ll find annuals as well.