Pink Hydrangea and Malva
Hydrangea, a genus of 70-75 species of flowering plants native to southern and eastern Asia, notably China, Japan and Korea. Typically two flower arrangements in Hydrangea. For the reason that they resemble Pom-Poms ,mophead flowers are large round flower heads. In contrast, the lacecap flowers bear round, flat flowerheads.
Malva, or Mallow, a genus of about 25-30 species of plants in the family Malvaceae. Young mallow leaves are mild tasting and used a substitute for lettuce. The buds and flowers are used in salads. Horace, a leading Roman lyric poet who died in 8BC mentioned this plant in reference to his own diet – ‘as for me, olives, endives and mallows provide sustenance’ making this one of earliest cited plant names in recorded literature.
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