Mallow


We synthesize nature's beauty and charm through its representative flowers. Mallow is universally present in different forms, colors and hues and not only generates its presence through the endless beauty and fragrance but also confirms its entity through its utilities.


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We synthesize nature's beauty and charm through its representative flowers. Mallow is universally present in different forms, colors and hues and not only generates its presence through the endless beauty and fragrance but also confirms its entity through its utilities.

Mallow is the very common name of an entire genus of flowering plant species. These species belong to the enlarged plant family of Malvaceae. Lets discuss a few of the well known genus and their uses one by one.

   
Abelmoschus
A tropical flowering plant which originated in Africa, Asia and northern Australia, the genus, Abelmoschus is categorized in further fifteen different species. All these species have been scrutinized as annuals and perrenial herbs. These generally climb up to an height of 2m.

The green fleshy, palmate leaves make up for a rich dark foliage. The flowers borne are large and often range in decent colors of white and yellow with a little hint of red or purple color. These flowers give way to a long fruit which bears a number of tiny seeds. Musk Mallow is one of the extremely popular species of this genus.

Uses

  • A few species are known for their edible parts such as the young little pods and green leaves.
 
Althaea
About 10-12 perrenial herb species reign under this genus. Marsh Mallow is on of the well known species. Generally most of these species can be spotted flourishing in the marshy ares relishing salty water and sandy soils. The tall stems support balanced foliage and flowers in the middle of the summer season. The bright colored flowers add attractive glow to the otherwise dull plants. The roots are considered to be a good source of starch, mucilage, pectin, flavonoids, phenolic acids sucrose and asparagine.


Uses

  • Edible flowers and fresh leaves are added to salads and also can be boiled and fried.
  • Used in cosmetic products.
  • Gargling treatment for mouth and throat ulcers.
  • Roots used in confectioneries especially for curing sore throat.
  • Roots used in dyes so as to maintain the vibrancy of the colors of the dyed products.
 

Callirhoe(Poppy Mallow)
Originated in the agricultural lands of North America, Poppy Mallow is a genus which includes about nine annual herb species. A highly adaptable genus, Poppy Mallow plants hardly need any extra care. Hot, humid and waterless climate will do good as well. The saucer shaped flowers range in different colors like purplish violet with a white base. Pale poppy mallow, purple poppy mallow, clustered poppy mallow are the three major species of Poppy Mallow.

Uses

  • The adaptabilities and attractive appearance make the plant genus a prominent ornamental.
 

Corchorus(Jute Mallow)
A genus plant of Malvaceae, Jute Mallow is a popular flowering plant which is well known for its edible and delicious leaves. A regular plant in tropical and sub-tropical regions, Jute Mallow is a great harnes for fiber and food needs. In middle east countries, Mallow leaves are deliciously cooked in the popular cuisine. the yellow colored flowers are a delight for the gardener and at the same time it serves to be a delicacy of the cook.

Uses

  • With endless cuisines nominating Mallow leaves in and as a special dish, Mallow plants are a great delicacy all around. Extremely rich in betacarotene, iron, calcium, and Vitamin C, the Mallow leaves are a emulsified source of energy and nutrients.
  • The plant also caters to
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