Malva sylvestris is a member of the Malvaceae family and is sometimes known as tree mallow or rose mallow. Malva is a bushy plant with flowers that resemble hollyhocks, and blooms from late summer into fall. Colors include pink, purple, deep red and white.Planting and Care of Malva SylvestrisWhen planting either seeds or plants, choose a spot with full sun.
Origin, diffusion and economic characteristics Origin: U.S.A. - Improved in GermanyAmerican race originally from Massachusetts, selected in 1868. by crossing the Dominican with the black Cocincina and Java. Imported in Germany in 1948 obtaining a great success among breeders. It seems that the name was given by German breeders, from the abbreviation of Amerikan rocks.
Origins and aptitudes French breed (north-western France) with rapid heavy shooting. The Ardennese, the Belgian Heavy Shooting and the Boulonnais contributed to its formation. Rugged and rustic, it manages to tow very heavy loads even on steep climbs. Morphological characters Type: brachimorph.
Upon successfully passing all required sections of the national exam as LA CESTM - Landscape Architecture Continuing Education SystemTM. Applicants who have not graduated from a LAAB-accredited landscape architecture program shall have obtained a minimum of eight years of combined education.
Classification Class: Osteichthyes Order: Salmoniformes Family: Salmonidae Genus: Oncorhynchus Species: O. mykiss Walbaum, 1792 Rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss Walbaum (morphological photos The rainbow trout has a body of elongated shape, the length of which generally is 5 times longer.