Siberian Wallflower Seed grow into dazzling orange flowers which light up a meadow in late spring. They are biennial and are adaptable to practically all types of soils such as sandy soil, loamy soil and clay soil. They are native to Europe. The larger the area planted the better the results. Estimated at being between 10-18 inches tall when they mature. They require either half shade which is approximately 4 hours of sunlight each day or full shade which is no sunlight each day.
They cover a vast amount of area, so they are ideal for gardeners with vast amounts of land or open spaces. Ideally the soil should be treated prior to planting to ensure that there are no previous plants or roots in the soil. Siberian Wallflower seeds tend to require average and well-drained soil, each type of soil requirement will be detailed on the packet, therefore consult details on the seed packet. The seeds can be stored in a cool, dry place, but not the refrigerator. They will be damaged if kept in a place which has an extreme temperature variant. Their ideal growing regions are Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest, West and Pacific North West.