We don’t get much common mallow (Malva neglecta) growing where I live, but there’s plentiful tree mallow (Malva arborea).
I haven’t been able to find much information about M. arborea except as a note in articles/chapters about M. neglecta saying that other types of mallow can be used similarly.
Does anyone know how similar they are medicinally? Am I able to use M. arborea leaves and roots in recipes that call for M. neglecta and expect roughly the same outcomes? Does M. arborea have any traits that differ from M. neglecta?
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