Malvaceae Family 1-12 Pictures Globe Mallow (2008-07-01) Globe Mallow can turn a section of the garden a deep orange. Globe Mallow (2009-06-05) The Globe Mallow adds a bright swath of orange to a Utah garden. Globe Mallow (2009-06-05) Globe Mallow is a wonderful low water plant ideal for native gardens in the Mountain West. Globe Mallow (2006-05-24) The Desert Globe Mallow is an ideal plant for low water gardens in the Mountain West. The Mallow ins genus Sphaeralcea in the Malvaceae family. Hollyhock (2006-07-08) A Hollyhock growing along Mill Creek Canyon Road. Hollyhocks (2006-07-08) A Hollyhock growing along the Mill Creek Road. Hollyhock (2006-07-20) Hollyhock growing along the Grandeur Peak Trail. Hollyhock (2006-07-20) Hollyhock along the Church Fork of Mill Creek. Mountain Flowers (2006-07-20) Flowers (most likely Hollyhock) near the summit of Grandeur Peak. Mountain Hollyhock? (2010-07-13) My first guess was Wild Hollyhock but I am used to large lobed leaves. Mountain Hollyhock? (2010-07-13) I want this delightful flower to be a Mountain Hollyhock, but I am hesitant on ID as most hollyhock has large lobed leaves. CheeseWeed (2010-06-05) Cheeseweed (Malva parviflora) is a member of the Mallow Family from North Africa or Asia. 1-12 Pictures Mallow Family This page includes pictures of the Mallow Family (Malvaceae). In the mountain west, I often come across Globemallow and Hollyhock. Context: Flowers Wildflowers (123 pictures) Pictures of Wildflowers. Flower Power (143 pictures) The showy flowers of the Mallow family are often found in gardens.