Malva neglecta
(Common Mallow, Buttonweed, Cheeseplant, Cheeseweed)
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 (Common Mallow,  Buttonweed, Cheeseplant, Cheeseweed)
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Common Mallow,  Buttonweed, Cheeseplant, Cheeseweed
Habitat: Grows in lawns and other open areas.

Edibility: Edible

Color: Green

Description:
This plants is an invasive species from Europe and Asia. The seed pods are edible and can be used as a food. It is also called Cheeseplant because its seed pods resemble round cheeses. It has a large taproot which makes it an easier weed to pull out.



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