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Non-flowering Wallflowers


 
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2011 8:32 am    Post subject: Non-flowering Wallflowers Reply with quote

Thus far my gardening skills were more or less restricted to grass and rose bushes. This spring I created a raised bed for flowers and a water feature. One of the plant types I planted was Wallflower, bought in March/April as bedding plants. At the moment I have six very healthy leafy plants but only one plant has flowers. As far as I can ascertain, most people would grow Wallflowers from seed set in the previous year and have flowers in the following spring. What should I do at this stage - will my plants just provide greenery for this year and survive next Winter to produce flowers next Spring?
Any advice would be appreciated.
Johnr.
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