what do I do with my wallflowers after they have flowered, do I discard or will they come back next year. they are the type you buy wrapped in newspaper in the late winter early spring.
Not worth keeping I'd say.
I usually keep some and have found for the 2nd tear they come back better and stronger
I grow mine from seed so I have specific colours
I have a beautiful dark purple one (2nd year) and am now wondering how to get seeds from it and will they come true?
Can anyone help
for me there is no comparison between erysimum used as annuals and 2 or 3 year old plants. after these seed i'll pull them out to let the seedlings come on. and they are a handsome evergreen in the winter. perfect drainage is the thing, winter sun doesn't seem to be important-these are in complete shade for 4 months.
Thanks guys, three different answers. Will try all three and decide.
These 2 photos show 2 year old wallflowers
This is the one I want to try and save seed off - anyone know if they come true or not?
Thank you - I usually pull up the ones I don't like after the first year.
Thanks Matty2 think I'll do the same as Susan, great picks.
Look forward to the photos when you have time
Do remember to cut the dead flower heads off to a strongly shooting leaf node though