Alpine Wallflower

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Masses of beautiful lavender-blue flowers bloom over lush, gray-green foliage with cream margins. The compact, bushy plants are free-flowering, providing color all season. A unique addition to gardens and containers.

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Details

Common name

Alpine Wallflower

Botanical name

Erysimum linifolium

Variety

Variegatum

Zone

USDA 7 - 9

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Bloom color

Yellow

Bloom time

spring

Light

sun

Height

10-12" (25-31 cm)

Habit

mounded

Water

weekly during dry spells

Feed

use alkaline

Maintenance

shear back lightly after bloom