Wallflower Plant FeaturesAdd some sunshine to your spring border with wallflower. This pretty perennial pops into bloom alongside crocus and daffodils producing a welcome burst of color to sunny borders. Wallflowers are also fragrant which makes them especially appealing after a dreary winter. Wallflowers grow 12 to 24 inches tall and require excellent drainage, preferring the loose soil along a pathway or wall (hence their common name). Wallflowers are a short-lived perennial so replant every year or two. Butterflies and hummingbirds love the early banquet of blooms, too. Hardy from zones 7-9.
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Wallflower Growing InstructionsWallflowers prefer a sunny spot in the garden that's protected from drying winds. The plants need quick drainage and will fail if allowed to sit in muddy soil. Wallflowers make great bedding or container plants paired with other early-blooming perennials or annuals. Add new plants every spring.
Wallflowers are not intended to be consumed by people or animals.
Medium water needs
Complement your WallflowerPansy
Pair Wallflower and Pansy in a container for a spring explosion of color.
Dianthus and Wallflowers both offer quantities of colorful, fragrant spring flowers.
English daisy and Wallflower are ideal companions because they have the same cultural requirements and bloom at the same time.