Wallflowers are a delightful harbinger of spring with their sweetly scented flowers and warm colours.
They mix well with spring bulbs and Forget-Me-Not's and will bloom for weeks at a time.
So easy to grow they should be a part of every spring garden and they provide an abundance of fragrant cut flowers too.
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How to Guide
Sow seeds thinly in a shallow, short, pre-watered row. Lightly cover them with a little soil. Keep soil moist until seedlings emerge. Thin seedlings to around 2cm (1in) apart to allow development.
Sowing Distance20cm / 8in
Transplant young plants to their final positions in late summer or early autumn. Allow 20cm (8in) between plants. When they are around 15cm (6in) high, pinch out the growing tip to encourage bushy growth.