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mallow,

n Latin name:
Malva sylvestris; parts used: dried flowers and leaves; uses: respiratory disorders, teething, constipation; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children. Also called
blue mallow, cheeseflower, cheeseweed, field mallow, fleurs de mauve, high mallow, malve, or
zigbli.
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Left: Canna 'Tropicanna', with 'Flame Orange' tuberous begonia, flowering maple (Abutilon 'Vesuvius'), and trailing Lotus maculatus 'Gold Flash'.
Abutilon or flowering maple is another shrub you should consider.
Also known as Chinese lantern (because of its flowers) or flowering maple (because of its leaves), abutilon is certainly longer blooming and more adaptable to Los Angeles soil than the azalea, which is the most popular local shade plant.
Flowering maple (Abutilon), flowering quince (Chaenomeles hybrids), fuchsia (F.