Callirhoe bushii Bush's Poppy Mallow Seed & Plants
 (kal-lih-ROE-ee  BUSH-ee-eye)

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Callirhoe bushii, bush's poppy mallow picture

 

Habitat Bloom
Period
Color Height
Inches
Moisture Plant
Spacing
Lifespan
Callirhoe bushii Bush's Poppy Mallow flower picture Sun to
Li. Shade
June 
 July
Magenta 24 to 36
Inches
Dry to
Average
18 to 24 Perennial

 Callirhoe bushii Bush's Poppy Mallow flower picture Picture by cj, 
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Callirhoe bushii Bush's Poppy Mallow potted plants are available, $4.00 each plus shipping.
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 Callirhoe bushii seed
Bush's Poppy Mallow seed

approximate
number of seeds

approximate coverage
in square feet

1 packet -  $ 2.50 + shipping

 50 30 sq ft

1 ounce    $24.00

 6,370 300 sq ft

1 pound -----------

101,920 5,000 sq ft

Callirhoe bushii, Bush's Poppy Mallow is a very attractive native wildflower growing 2 to 3 feet tall with bright magenta flowers. Bush's poppymallow plants are best grown in full sun or light shade in average, well drained soil. It provides an attractive addition to a formal perennial butterfly garden or naturalized in a prairie meadow.  Plant Callirhoe bushii with other native wildflowers like Missouri Black-eyed Susan, Prairie Dropseed, prairie Coreopsis, pale-purple coneflower, and blazing stars like Narrow-leaf Gayfeather and Rough Blazing Star.

Plant Bush's Poppy mallow seeds outside in a prepared bed in summer/fall for germination the next spring.  When planting Callirhoe bushii seeds germination may be improved with scarification.  Bush's Poppy Mallow seeds have a hard outer shell covering a small hard bean shaped seed.  Scarify by rubbing seeds hard between 2 sheets of coarse sandpaper.

Bush's poppy Mallow is an attractive plant occurring naturally in rocky open woods, glades, and prairies in Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, and Oklahoma.  Malvaceae (Mallow Family)

The map below shows areas where native Callirhoe bushii plants grow wild but it can be planted and will grow over most of the United States.  USDA plant hardiness zones 3 to 9.

State Distributional Map for Callirhoe bushii, winecup seed, bush's poppy mallow native wildflower seed

Callirhoe bushii, 
Bush's Poppy Mallow

Arkansas
Iowa
Kansas
Missouri
Oklahoma

Use the chart below for shipping charges on flower seeds, to order Bush's Poppy Mallow seed copy the order form or email questions, comments & orders to john

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The minimum seed order amount is $10, this can be a combination of different seeds.

subtotal for flower seeds 

shipping charge for seeds

seed orders up to  $20.00    =    $3.00 shipping
$20.01 - $50.00    =    $4.00 shipping
$50.01-$100.00    =    $5.00 shipping

over $100.00    =    5 % of subtotal

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Callirhoe bushii Bush's Poppy Mallow Plant distribution map complements of USDA, NRCS. 2001. The PLANTS Database, Version 3.1
  (http://plants.usda.gov). National Plant Data Center, Baton Rouge, LA 70874-4490 USA.

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Callirhoe involucrata var. bushii, Callirhoe papaver var. bushii

Callirhoe bushii and many other Callirhoe species are popular garden plants.  Callirhoe bushii is a lovely member of the poppy family, producing striking magenta flowers. First described in 1909, the plant was named in honor of Benjamin Franklin Bush (1858-1937), a prominent botanist of the time. However, considerable debate ensued over the true taxonomic status of the species and only recently has the name C. bushii been accepted as correct (Dorr 1990).