Stock-rose Summer Carnival (pink-red) (lat. Alcea)
The flower is considered tall, since the length of its stem can reach 170 centimeters. Inflorescences are large, double. It is characterized by abundant and long (from July to September) flowering. The inflorescences have the shape of a spikelet. This variety is very fond of sunlight and is resistant to droughts. It is usually used for planting along walls and fences or in flower beds in the background. And it is also grown for cutting into bouquets.