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And there was evening and there was morning, the sixth day" (Genesis 1:31)
(Mallow, Common (Malva neglecta) - 01a) The common mallow blooms from April to October. The flowers of the common mallow measure about 1/2 inch across, and have five pink petals with dark pink veining (the color of the petals can vary from white to lavender). Common mallow flowers have numerous stamens and the ovary has a ring of 13 carpels. The leaves are palmate or petiolate shaped, toothed, with five to seven lobes. The leaves grow alternately along the stem.
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