Oct. 19, 2020
Virginia fanpetals, Sida hermaphrodita
Die Sida oder Virginiamalve? Search for Virginia fanpetals on the internet and you will quickly find articles in other European languages. It is now sometimes planted there for fodder, as a bee plant, or for biofuel. In its native North America, it hasn't found much use. It is a large native herb, mostly in lowlands. It's quite different from its Sida relations, and is now sometimes segregated to Ripariosida. Virginia fanpetals grows in IN(E), KY(S), MA, MD(E), MI, NJ, NY, OH, PA(E), TN(E), VA, WV, and ON(E). Hamilton Co OH, 7/13/15. Mallow family, Malvaceae.