Erysimum hybrid Bowles Mauve
This genus swallowed up Cheiranthus, which included the old-fashioned biennial bedding-plant wallflowers and several choice perennials. All have the typical clustered four-petaled flowers that give the crucifers their name, but their habits and uses differ widely.Erysimum hybrid
Many excellent choices available under this group.
This is the most popular of the Erysimum hybrids, growing 3 ft. tall and 4–6 ft. wide, with narrow gray-green leaves held on erect stems, each topped by a 1 1/2 -ft.-long, narrow, spikelike cluster of mauve flowers. Best in areas with cool summers and mild winters, where bloom is practically continual; elsewhere plants bloom from winter through spring.
Often short lived.
This is the most popular of the Erysimum hybrids, growing 3 ft. tall and 4–6 ft. wide, ...
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