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An early season bloomer, wallflower can brighten gardens and containers in early spring by shaking off those restless winter blues! The key to getting that bright pop of color that all gardeners are hungry for is planting wallflower seeds in large groups. Heavily sowing wallflower seeds will give you enough plants to enjoy their velvety, fragrant dense clusters of petals both inside and outside your home.
Growing wallflower seeds in your garden
- Vivid clusters of red, pink, violet, and orange
- Thrives in full sun or partially shaded areas
- Fragrant pollinator attractor with early-season spring blooms
- Drought tolerant and perfect for container gardens