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Wallflower ‘Fire King’ has flowers in a Seville marmalade mix of orange into crimson. I love Wallflower ‘Fire King’ underplanting tulips.
Wallflowers are one of my favourite spring flowers, in the most wonderful rich colours, with one of the best ever scents. They also make superb cut flowers. We should all grow more.
|Soil Type:||Well-drained fertile soil||Site:||Sun or partial shade||Height:||60cm||Spacing:||Plant 30cm apart.|
|Sowing:||Sow outside May-July. Transplant to final flowering position late summer / early autumn. Can be sown under cover.||Hardiness:||Fully hardy||Care tips:||Try to keep a good sod of earth round the root when you transplant as the tiny spider roots gives the plant a good start before winter||Flowers:||❀ March and April||For the vase:||They last up to 10 days in clean water and even last in a hot room which will bring out their scent. Good arranged with Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae.|