Sidalcea campestris - Meadow Checkermallow

Sidalcea campestris

Meadow Checkermallow

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From Oregon Flora, Gardening with Natives:

Meadow checkerbloom’s blush-colored flowers provide abundant nectar for hummingbirds, native bees, butterflies (particularly the endangered Fender’s blue butterfly), and other wildlife. Blooming through the summer, this tall wildflower is a perfect addition to a meadow or butterfly garden. Meadow checkerbloom is listed as a plant of conservation concern in Oregon, where roadside spraying programs threaten its remaining wild populations. This member of the mallow family prefers areas with moist soil and full sun.

Willamette Valley