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    Quote Originally Posted by saxonaxe View Post
    The Common Mallow certainly lives up to it's name around here, it grows happily in many places, from road sides to waste ground. Tree Mallow I've seen too, there is one lane leading up to the Downs where it grows along the hedgerows but it isn't so widespread as the Common Mallow locally. I've only seen Marsh Mallow out on Pevensey Marshes close to the county boundry with Kent. So three species to my knowledge.
    Indeed, lots of Common Mallow/Cheeses in my area as makes a good soup thickener . Haven't come across Marsh Mallow (I guess it prefers estuaries and salt marshes over freshwater marshes ), but there is some High Mallow if you know where to look.
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