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Peter's Mountain Mallow (Iliamna Corei) is an upright, perennial herb with lobed leaves and a sticky juice in its leaves, stems and roots. It has attractive pink flowers, maple-like leaves and grows 3-4 feet in height. Its flowering season is in July and August and it can produce up to fifteen or twenty two-inch flowers. It is related to the hollyhock and okra, which are also members of the mallow family.