Scientific name
Sida fallax
Also Known As
Yellow Ilima
Flowers are yellow to orange with 5 petals. Oval, toothed leaves are 2-3 inches long with a pointed end, pale to bright green on top and densely hairy underneath.

Scientific name
Sphaeralcea ambigua
Also Known As
Apricot mallow, Roughleaf apricot mallow, Desert mallow, Sore-eye poppy, mal de ojo, Parish mallow, Desert hollyhock
Desert globemallow is a native perennial sub-shrub with numerous, slightly woody stems. It is known for its brilliant apricot to orange colored flowers.

Scientific name
Iliamna remota
Kankakee mallow's native range is limited to an island in the Kankakee river in eastern Illinois. It grows from 3 to 7 feet tall with leaves that are palmately lobed.

Scientific name
Sidalcea malviflora ssp. virgata
Grows in moist places, leaves kidney/fan shaped, flowers from light pink to purple, sometimes reddish. Five petals, flowers grow in bunches on spikes.

Scientific name
Sphaeralcea coccinea
This plant is a long-lived perennial forb, widespread throughout the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. It blooms in the spring and summer and has red-orange flowers and palmately-lobed leaves. The plant is generally covered with dense, stellate (star-shaped) hairs.