Someone asked on heer a few days ago about pruning Perennial Wallflowers.
Well in todays newspaper Peter Seabrook answers a question about this.he says:-“Perennial Wallflowers(Erysimum) produce flowers throughout the spring and summer but they are short lived perenniels and there is little point in pruning them.Take semi ripe cuttings from the new shoots and grow them as replacements”
I hope this helps for those who needs help with their wallflowers
- 3 Jul, 2010
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