Type: Biennial Height: 14’’ Exposure: Full sun
This plant is a friend to bees, butterflies, and deer-resistant.
These brightly orange-toned flowers thrive in cool and humid weather. Highly cold-resistant, Siberian Wallflowers are very fragrant and were once used in perfumery.
For spring planting, mix the seeds with damp soil and place them in the refrigerator for 30 days before sowing in the garden. These seeds require light to germinate, so it is crucial to sow them on the soil surface; germination should normally occur within 10 to 15 days.
This plant can easily adapt to various soil types but prefers well-drained soil. It typically produces leaves in its first year of growth and blooms the following year. If the plant overwinters, cover it with a layer of mulch to protect it from the cold.