Plant of preference in rocky grounds, and poor of full solar exhibition. It grows up to 1500 meters in height.
Malva tournefortiana is found in the Iberian Peninsula , southern France and northern Morocco .Single grass up to 120 cm and 45 cm wide. Leaves are ovate-rounded, sertsepodibni, sawn parts, 3-7-shovels, green-green, with sparse hairs. Kvіty are in clusters on single stems, for example, the stems are lonely, from white and erysipelas, 8-10 cm ovary. The pellets are 3-5 cm long, 3-4 cm wide, ovate, with hairy base. Nasinnya is dark brown.
Plant of up to a little more than 1 meter, annual. Generally erect with branching. Stem glabrescent or hairless to pubescent. The leaves are round in shape (very little indentation), alternate and petiolate at the base, in the middle part of the stem they are palmatifid (with a more pronounced indentation), alternate and petiolate, and at the ends of the stems they are bilobed with a deep indentation that reaches the base of the petiole.
Hermaphrodite plant very grateful in flowering, its flowers between 2 and 6 centimeters in diameter, abundant and with light purple or light pink petals, with slightly darker veins. Pentameric perianth , with 3-piece calculus welded to its base. Pollination is essentially by insects (entomogamous), and it can also be self-pollinated.
The fruit is a capsule (schizocarp) formed by several mericarps (parts that separate when ripe and contain a single seed). The fruit spreads by gravity, falling to the ground when it ripens.