Foung in grasy places and open woodlands; look for the deeply serated leaves.
"My personal guide to the nature reserves and wildlife hot-spots of Dorset and the species that may be seen at each along with help in identifying those animals and plants."
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Mallows have five petals and come in various shades of pink ranging from a pale lilac though purple to almost blue. The flowers are generally an inch or so across and the plants themselves are bushy. There is a tendency to find mallows near to the sea but they also appear as weeds of cultivation in fields.
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In the REFERENCE section of the Nature of Dorset you can:
- Find species information with photos, maps, etc
- Access Identification tools for birds, flora and trees
- Find information about nature reserves and hotspots
- Access information about Sites of special scientific interest
- Learn about the wildlife habitats of Dorset
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- See the latest sightings in lists, maps, charts and photos
- Find out where and when species have been seen
- Find out what has been seen at a site near you
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