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Pink flowers that look sort of like hydrangea (San Francisco, Californa)
Anyone have any idea of what this maybe? I want to say hydrangea but the leaves don't look quite right. Located near Battery Park in San Francisco.
USDA Growing Zone 10, Los Angeles
I'm pretty sure that is lavatera, which is a genus of about 25 species in the Malvaceae or mallows family. Lavatera is also known as "tree mallows." As to which species or cultivar that is I can't be sure. Some are native to your area.
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