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Tree Mallow

In my garden in England (near Oxford) I have a tree mallow that I planted as a shrub. It's now about 12 ft high, supported by a cherry tree and covered with lovely pink flowers (similar to a hibiscus). Would I be able to grow one in my Zone 6 garden in the US, and where would I find a plant?

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Location: Summerville, GA, Zone 7a

I don't know that I know this plant - maybe by another name? Can you take a photo & maybe I or someone else knows more about it?

I hope you can find one like it here... or if they are here already, if you'd be permitted to bring a cutting with you.

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One should grow just fine in zone 6. They are quite hardy and common in the perennial section a most good nurseries in mid to late spring.

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