La foto fue tomada a las 4:37 con clima templado en buen estado en un parque.
The common mallow (Malva sylvestris ) is a very abundant throughout Europe roadsides and wastelands herbaceous plant of the mallow family of both cultivated and uncultivated .
It is a herbaceous plant of the family of purple with creeping stems , radical leaves with long or short , rough petioles and heart-shaped , lanceolate , oval , reniform , sectadas , etc. with scalloped , smooth or jagged edges. It produces small flowers deep blue , light purple , violet , purple, white or yellow , long and thin stalk .
belongs to the nightshade family , so the family has similar characteristics of potato , tomato and snuff , even if their growth is bushy .
San Diego County, California, US
Planted in an urban landscape
Common Phacelia, Laced Leaf Phacelia. Hydrophyllaceae.
I am obviously not allergic. I didn't know what this was when I photographed it. Still not convinced, but that was the consensus of FB's Plant Identification group.
The species in this area, according to BONAP, are canadensis, odorata and smallii.
Species canescens perhaps.