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I grew some wallflowers from seed at the start of the year. They grew into healthy plants which I planted out in my front garden in the early summer, too late for them to flower I suppose. They have grown very bushy and still look healthy. Shall I try to plant tulip bulbs in between or should I separate them first?


  • Eve - they're perennials which means that you start them off this year and they'll flower next year - in the case of wallflowers they'll flower next spring - so far it sounds as if you've done everything right image

    They'd look lovely with tulips planted between them.  How do you mean - separate them?

    Gardening in Central Norfolk on improved gritty moraine over chalk ... free-draining.

  • I planted mine now and I planted them in a deep hole and watered well,although the weather saw to that! I have spaced them well out a as they bush out,but i want a carpet affect.image

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