Flowers fragrant, usually yellow, orange or brick red. Will colonise old walls. Was known as Cheiranthus Cheiri.
This is a popular ornamental plant, widely cultivated for its abundant, fragrant flowers in spring.
It is a short-lived, evergreen perennial grown often as a biennial, with narrow, dark-green foliage and four-petalled, sweetly-scented, bright yellow-orange flowers produced in short spikes in spring.
Sun either Partial or Full
Most Soils OK
Very easy to grow in almost any position, enjoys a rockery or between pathways.