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Common Name: Siberian Wallflower

Scientific Name: Cheiranthus allionii

Native / Introduced: Introduced

Main Uses:


~Wildflower plantings

Height: 1 - 1 1/2 feet

Colors: Orange

Flowering Season: Spring

Soil Types: Well drained

Tolerances: Drought

Sun or Shade: Full Sunlight

Minimum Precipitation: 16-18 inches

Lifecycle: Annual

Planting Seed Rate: 3-5 lbs/acre

Estimated Seeds Per Pound: 340,000

Optimal Planting Season: Anytime

Planting Depth: 1/4 inches

Stratification Required: None



Wallflowers are known for their bright and fragrant orange flowers that bloom in the spring. They are highly prized for their ornamental value and are often used in gardens and floral arrangements. Wallflowers are well adapted to a wide range of environments throughout North America and can be found in open areas, slopes, and meadows.

Wallflowers are woody plants that can tolerate moderate drought conditions, making them a great addition to gardens and landscapes in areas with limited water availability. They are also important pollinators and attract a variety of bees, butterflies, and other insects with their fragrant blooms.




Photo Credit: R Robbins and Ruth Hartnup



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