Nothing beats this old spring favourite. Wallflower plants are hardy and produce clusters of colourful perfumed flowers. They're perfect for planting in any sunny spot in the garden, even in dry walls or rockeries, which is where they get their common name. Wallflowers also look superb when planted with tulips and other spring flowering bulbs.
On top of that, Wallflowers are bee-friendly too!
Planting Wallflowers as bare root plants in autumn is the traditional way, because they produce much stronger, more floriferous results earlier in the spring.