Shrubby Wallflower –
(=’Walfrastar’) A shrubby, compact selection that does best in mild-winter regions. Grey-green leaves are edged in creamy-yellow, forming a perfect evergreen mound. Clusters of fragrant bright-yellow blooms appear in mid spring and continue for weeks. This Wallflower suits the rock garden, along the front of a hot, sunny border as well as in container gardens. Drought tolerant once established. Shear plants back lightly after flowering, to maintain a nice tight habit. USPPP: unlicensed propagation prohibited.
Winchester Gardens generally stocks this item.
Grey Green, Viriegated, White
Diascia – Pair bigger varieties of wallflower with _Diascia_ for an airy, delicate-looking spring combination.
Snapdragon – Taller snapdragon varieties add height and drama to wallflower plantings. The snapdragons often continue to bloom after the wallflowers have faded.
Stock – Closely related to wallflowers, stock also offers clusters of fragrant blooms on cold-tolerant plants.