- English Wallflower. Yellow, brown & red colour range. 100cm tall.
- Sow in autumn for spring flowering - look very good planted with tulips.
- Can either be sown in pots or direct.
- Will self seed and seem to respond to neglect!
- Amazing perfume so plant near seating areas or paths.
- They make good cut flowers.
- Bees and butterflies love them, a good addition to Wildlife and Habitat type gardens.
- All parts of the plant are poisonous. specially the seeds.
Historians believe that the English Wallflower first arrived in England in the 11th century, brought by the Normans. Its common name comes from the plant’s affinity for nooks and crannies in walls or cliffs. It tends to spring up in the corners of castle ruins, roadsides, or any bit of rocky soil it can find near the sea. Records show that this plant once had many herbal and medical uses, as well as being used in perfume because of its fragrance.
125 seeds Cert. Org.(GB-ORG-6)