An eye-catching plant in every springbed with its bright colours and long flowering time.
A multi-branched bushy plant, it is used in rock gardens, walls, beds, borders, and as a cut flower. Siberian Wallflower has narrow bright green leaves, grows up to 60 cm tall, and bears erect spikes of showy and unusually fragrant ~3 cm orange flowers. Often treated as a biennial or annual, it also blooms indoors in the winter.
Biennial. Has two-year life cycle. Grows only leaves first season from seed. Then in second season, blooms, seeds and dies with first frost.
Plant 15 cm apart in full sun or light shade in an average, well drained soil.
It does best in coastal and mountainous areas where summer temperatures are cool and the air is damp.
Genus - Erysimum
Species - Allionii
Variety - orange
Common name - Siberian Wallflower
Pre-Treatment - Not-required
Hardiness zones - 3 - 9
Height - 0,40 - 0,50 m
Spread - 0,15 m
Plant type - Annual or Biennial
Exposure - Full Sun
Growth rate - Medium
Soil PH - Acidic, Neutral, Alkaline
Soil type - Rich, leamy, chalky
Water requirements - Average Water, drought tolerant
Landscape uses - Rock gardens, walls, beds, borders, and as a cut flower
Bloom season - May - July
Leaf / Flower color - Bright green / Orange
Sow outdoors in early spring (March - April) for annual or till August fom perennial use.
Best sown indoors by maintaining a temperature within the medium of +18C during germination which takes 5-10 days.
Needs light to germinate.
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