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Scarlet Globe- Mallow

Stomping Grounds

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Sfhaeralcea grossulariaefolia (Hooker and Arnott) Rydberg 

Scarlet globe-mallow is one of the showy plants of the Arizona 
mesas and river valleys, where often it grows in great abundance. 
The flowers commonly are scarlet, but they are equally handsome 
when of a paler hue. They are produced in spikelike panicles on the 
upper part of stems so weak that they bend gracefully before the 
wind. By the Mexicans the plant is called malojo, "eye-bane," because 
the small, branched, starlike hairs on the leaves and stems adhere to 
the fingers in handling, and if brushed into the eyes, cause irritation 
and pain. 

This brilliant member of the Mallow Family is very common in 
Arizona, and ranges northward to Idaho and Wyoming. 

The specimen sketched was gathered near the Desert Laboratory 
of the Carnegie Institution at Tucson, Arizona.
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Sfhaeralcea grossulariaefolia (Hooker and Arnott) Rydberg 

Scarlet globe-mallow is one of the showy plants of the Arizona 
mesas and river valleys, where often it grows in great abundance. 
The flowers commonly are scarlet, but they are equally handsome 
when of a paler hue. They are produced in spikelike panicles on the 
upper part of stems so weak that they bend gracefully before the 
wind. By the Mexicans the plant is called malojo, "eye-bane," because 
the small, branched, starlike hairs on the leaves and stems adhere to 
the fingers in handling, and if brushed into the eyes, cause irritation 
and pain. 

This brilliant member of the Mallow Family is very common in 
Arizona, and ranges northward to Idaho and Wyoming. 

The specimen sketched was gathered near the Desert Laboratory 
of the Carnegie Institution at Tucson, Arizona.
We produce all of our on images in shop, and we are happy to offer custom work to our customers. Please inquire for pricing and options.