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Wall flower

Wall flowerThe Wall-flower, also known as Cheiranthus, are favourite hardy perennials prefer a rich, light, sandy soil, and a dry situation. The seed may be sown where it is intended for them to bloom either in autumn or spring. Thin out to two feet apart.

They may also be increased by shoots torn from the stems of old plants. As well as flowering early in spring, they often bloom in the autumn.

The height of the Wall-flower is about 1.5 feet.