Erysimum Bowles Mauve brings to mind graceful round balls of purple. The leaves are gray green
and slender, the flowers held on stalks above the foliage. Erysimum Bowles Mauve will last 2 seasons
and maybe three. Often it should have been pulled out after the two but stays anyways with the misbegotten hope that
it will recover. The flower stalks can get to three feet in diameter. The plants will look better if
the flower stalks are removed once they get more than a foot long. Trimming off the older flowers
encourages new ones. The Purple Wallflower blooms spring through fall. Erysimum Bowles Mauve is used
best for a young garden or to give highlights to an older one. I think of using it much like an annual
that lasts for a couple of seasons. The plant used to go under the genus name of Chieranthes.
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