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Wallflower Seeds

Wallflowers are a traditional spring bedding plant, and although look uninspiring when planted out in autumn they are a true great when they burst into flower in the spring. With the added benefit of being scented, they also look great planted on mass with bulbs planted through under them.

Wallflowers are a traditional spring bedding plant, and although look uninspiring when planted out in autumn they are a true great when they burst into flower in the spring. With the added benefit of being scented, they also look great planted on mass with bulbs planted through under them.

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Wallflower Seeds - Persian Carpet Mix

Average Packet Content 400 seeds

£1.99
Wallflower Seeds - Fire King

Average Packet Content 500 seeds

£1.75
Wallflower Seeds - Cloth of Gold

Average Seed Content 450 seeds

£1.75
Wallflower Seeds - Lollipop

Average Packet Content 310 seeds

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Why Grow Wallflowers From Seed?

These plants are most effective when planted in decent numbers. Suttons give hundreds of seeds per packet and these easy to grow seeds make for stronger plants when grown locally in your garden. A park’s favourite that can be used on a smaller scale in large pots.

Suttons varieties ‘Persian carpet mix’, fragrant with red and gold colours. ‘Fire King’ is an exceptional deep red colour and ‘Cloth of gold’ has striking deep golden yellow flowers. Our dwarf wallflower seeds give you the ‘Lollipop’ ideal for borders and containers.

How to grow Wallflower plants from seed

Sowing wallflowers seeds in late spring to mid-summer for flowering the following spring. Start in a seedbed away from the final growing spot

  • Make sure the seed bed has a fine tilth for easy germination
  • Transplant these plants in autumn in sun or partial shade and pinch out their growing tips to encourage bushiness. Add decent organic matter or well-rotted manure to the soil prior to planting. If underplanting with bulbs put those in first and plant Wallflowers over the top for a cracking bedding display
  • On heavy soils, Wallflowers will benefit from horticultural grit and Seaweed meal being forked in. A light organic mulch can also be applied
  • Deadheading Wallflowers once the flowering period begins will help maintain colour. Beware of flea beetle when the plants are young, protect with fleece.
  • Traditionally at the end of the season, they are dug up and added to the compost heap but can let self-seed

Wallflower seeds should germinate within 7 to 14 days. As the seedlings grow, thin in stages to achieve final spacing of 15cm so the plants can grow nice and bushy. In the early autumn pinch out the main growing point and transplant the plant to their flowering positions, 30cm apart. 

This versatile plant is easy to grow and takes the cold winter months to produce an impressive display in springtime, marking the start of the growing season. Wallflowers are great news for pollinators as the early season flowers are a great source of nectar.

You may also like to see our Wallflower flower plant range

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