Not just for the cottage garden, this evergreen perennial wallflower, with a dynamic range of colours on one plant is a sure fire winner. The scented, painterly flowers are held in clusters and can flower from late winter to late spring. Easy to grow for beginners and easy to propagate in spring and summer. Loved by all the pollinators, with a very long flowering season, makes a good cut flower. Plant in sun or partial shade on well-drained soil. Cut back after flowering to promote new flowers and to prevent legginess. Slug and snail resistant. Fully hardy perennial.