Erysimum insulare suffrutescens
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 insulare suffrutescens
Native to central and Southern California coasts. Woody-based growth to 6–24 in. high, 4–12 in. wide, with narrow leaves and fragrant orange-yellow flowers in spring. Requires little water.
Native to central and Southern California coasts. Woody-based growth to 6–24 in. high, 4–1...
Native to New Zealand. Upright form and thick, leathery, lustrous green leaves make these always look ...
Grows to 7 ft. tall and 4 ft. wide, with an open-growing habit. White flowers.