What is Wall flower
Wall flower, scientific name: Erysimum cheiri, is a semi-cold-resistant one and two years grass in the family Brassicaceae. It is similar to stock (scientific name: Matthiola incana） and has fragrance. Another name is cherylsus. In spring, from the stem apex, it draws out raceme and add a small number of cross-shaped flower from the shoot apical meristems. Flower color has yellow, orange, white, red. There are short low-speed flowering dwarf variety 'Vega series' and tall high-quality varieties 'Bowls Mauve'.
Information about Wall flower
Common name:Wall flower, scientific name : Erysimum cheiri, also known as: Erysimum cheir, Wall flower, Origin: Gardening cultivar of native origin in South Europe, living type: 1 to 2 years grass, plant length: 30 to 50 cm,
leaf shape: lanceolate-wide needle shaped, leaf order: alternate, leaf blade: 3 to 10 cm, flowers type: raceme, Flowering period: February to May, flower diameter: 2 - 3 cm, Flower color: yellow · orange · red · white, flower form: cross-shaped, remarks: scent and medicinal effect, use: garden Planting · potted plant · rock garden · cut flowers.