Showing 12 types of MALLOW
Native to the United States and widespread in the west.
Native to tropical Americas, and widespread in California.
Native to Europe - widespread in United States.
A native plant in the southwest states, occurring from Arizona to Texas.
Native to South America, but introduced to Hawaii
Native to Europe and Asia, now found widespread across the U.S., where it is less commmon than "Common" mallow.
Native to tropical Latin America and southern United States, and found throughout the eastern half of the U.S. and west into Arizona. It also has been introduced to Hawaii as a common roadside weed.
Native to the United States, and found from Texas along the Gulf States to South Carolina, as well as in a few Northeast states, Hawaii, and the West Indies. It is also in Central America and Africa.
A native of the southwest United States. Having spread throughout the west it now is a noxious weed in landscape, crops, ditch banks, and roadsides.
Native to Latin America, and introduced to the southern United States and Hawaii. In the U.S mainland it occurs from Texas east to Florida, and sporadically north to Pennsylvania.
Native to southern Asia, but introduced to the United States as an ornamental plant and now found throughout the U.S., southern Canada, and into Latin America as an escape from cultivation.
Native to Europe and Africa, but imported to North America where it now can be found in virtually all of the contiguous states. A state-listed noxious weed in several states.