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Siberian Wallflower

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Siberian Wallflower

Cheiranthus allionii

The name tells you this is a wildflower from cold climates, and it is naturally a biennial. However, in warmer places, it grows as a perennial, returning year after year. The plants are very easy to grow; simply scatter the seed in spring or fall on loosened soil, and compress into the dirt; do not cover 

Growing Conditions

Height 18" to 24" (45-60 cm)
Light Requirements Full sun part shade
Bloom time Mid Spring Late Spring/Early Summer
Zone 3 to 9

Additional Info

Parts of plant are poisonous if ingested

This plant is attractive to bees

Flowers are fragrant

 Water regularly; do not overwater

All info from Dave's Garden