Erysimum allionii (Erysimum x marshallii)

Erysimum allionii (Erysimum x marshallii)

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Description

Rich orange flowers highly perfumed.

This is the great Siberian Wallflower that will self seed around the garden. Its perfume is striking and gloriously sweet and with its great ability to attract pollinating insects its a must for the keen gardener wanting the combination or striking flowers that are great for wildlife. Plant in all soils in a sunny or semi shaded spot.

Flowering: Spring-Summer

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 30-40cm

Spread: 20-30cm

Further information:

When the flowers have finished trim them back to encourage new ones. If seed heads are left on they will self seed.

Common Name: Siberian Wallflower / Jack in the pulpit

Life Cycle: short lived perennial (self seeds)

Family: Brassicaceae

Foliage: lanceolate

Basic Colour: ( orange )

Flower Colour: orange

Natural Flowering: April – June

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 40cm

Soil Requirements:  average / dry / well-drained / sandy

Soil ph: alkaline / neutral

Location:  container/ border / cottage garden

Usage: ornamental / bee food plant

Pruning: reshape in autumn

Tolerates: drought tolerant

Origin: cultivar

Additional information

Weight 250 g
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Description

Rich orange flowers highly perfumed.

This is the great Siberian Wallflower that will self seed around the garden. Its perfume is striking and gloriously sweet and with its great ability to attract pollinating insects its a must for the keen gardener wanting the combination or striking flowers that are great for wildlife. Plant in all soils in a sunny or semi shaded spot.

Flowering: Spring-Summer

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 30-40cm

Spread: 20-30cm

Further information:

When the flowers have finished trim them back to encourage new ones. If seed heads are left on they will self seed.

Common Name: Siberian Wallflower / Jack in the pulpit

Life Cycle: short lived perennial (self seeds)

Family: Brassicaceae

Foliage: lanceolate

Basic Colour: ( orange )

Flower Colour: orange

Natural Flowering: April – June

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 40cm

Soil Requirements:  average / dry / well-drained / sandy

Soil ph: alkaline / neutral

Location:  container/ border / cottage garden

Usage: ornamental / bee food plant

Pruning: reshape in autumn

Tolerates: drought tolerant

Origin: cultivar

Additional information

Weight 250 g
Climate

Flowering season

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Height

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Position

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Flower Colour

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23 reviews for Erysimum allionii (Erysimum x marshallii)

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  1. Margaret Cawsey (verified owner)

    All of the above plants in super condition and very carefully packed. This is my 2nd order this year and I will be back ! A request please. Any chance that you might include autumn flowering saxifrage in the future ? They are so pretty this time of year. thanks again.

  2. Luke Whiting (store manager)

    Hi Margaret
    Thank you for your review and advice. We have added 50+ more varieties to the catalogue for 2021 including 12 of our own new breeds. The catalogue will be available from January 1st. We unfortunately have not included any autumn saxifraga’s but will consider them for 20222.

    All the Best
    Luke

  3. ALAN (verified owner)

    looks good

  4. Paul Allen (verified owner)

    Brilliant quality and super fast delivery

  5. Sharon G. (verified owner)

  6. Richard Churton (verified owner)

    lovely plants in good order

  7. Mick Ford (verified owner)

    Great product, great service as I have come to expect from Luke & Laura

  8. Marie (verified owner)

    Nice healthy plants, bought to attract pollinators

  9. Hilary Wagstaff (verified owner)

  10. Anonymous (verified owner)

  11. Sharon (verified owner)

  12. Tom Fearon (verified owner)

  13. Helen W. (verified owner)

  14. Gerald Richards (verified owner)

    no problems

  15. Steve Sinnott (verified owner)

    Looking forward to this getting a decent size to show off that fantastic colour

  16. David (verified owner)

  17. David Chandler (verified owner)

  18. Paul Allen (verified owner)

  19. Maria B. (verified owner)

    Again brilliant service , delivered on time and in very good healthy condition , looking forward to seeing them grow. Thank You

  20. Frances Barraclough (verified owner)

  21. Alan Dewey (verified owner)

  22. Hilary Wagstaff (verified owner)

  23. Mavis Sampson (verified owner)

  24. Mary J. (verified owner)

    Good plant

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