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Wallflower

Erysimum spp.

Also known as

Blister cress

Full Sun
Moderate watering
Frost Hardy

9a

USDA zone

-7°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

Max

Min

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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Wallflower Overview

Also known commonly as Wallflower, the genus Erysimum contains over 260 annual, biennial and semi-evergreen or evergreen perennials and subshrubs. All are typically grown for their attractive flowers and perennials in this genus are generally short-lived and treated as biennial plants in cultivation. Flowers tend to be scented, with 4 petals, produced profusely and come in a wide range of warm colours including pink, red, orange, yellow, purple and multiple bicoloured varieties. Species from this genus have been used to produce numerous cultivars.

Common problems with Wallflower

How to propagate Wallflower

Seed

You can propagate the seeds in the spring or autumn.

Cuttings

Softwood cuttings in the summer.

Special features of Wallflower

Attractive flowers

Other uses of Wallflower

Grown for their flowers. Suitable for borders, banks and rock gardens.

Looking Good in March - Top 10

Traditionally flowering in March, these flowers will be at their best this month.

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