Gold varnish 'Bowles Mauve' - extremely long flowering time with betörender Blütenfülle
Golden violet has been one of the most popular garden plants since the Middle Ages. The hybrid variety Bowles Mauve originates from England and is one of the most beautiful golden violet varieties. The woody perennial captivates with its beautiful large flowers that bring colour to the garden from April to November.
The German plant name Goldlack (golden varnish) is derived from the original golden-yellow colour of the flowers of the half shrubs native to the Mediterranean region. The variety Bowles Mauve originates from England and is a rarity among the golden violet varieties with its large, panicle-like mauve flowers.
Extremely long flowering time
The perennial can reach a height of up to 70 cm. The shoots of the plant become woody over time and ensure the compact and bushy growth of the golden violet plant. The golden violet 'Bowles Mauve' is particularly attractive because of its extremely long flowering period from April to November. The large flower panicles form dense clusters of cross-shaped flowers in a wonderful mauve to purple shade.
This golden violet plant is a real winner.
This golden violet is hardy and is an attractive sight at any time of year. Erysimum is a semi-evergreen and retains some of its long blue-green flowers in the cold season.
Perfectly hardy, this plant is hardy in all seasons.
Perfect for sunny and sheltered locations
Common to its original habitat, Bowles Mauve' prefers a sunny and sheltered location and can tolerate full sunlight without any problems. However, the plant is also happy in a semi-shady spot.
Well-drained, dry and slightly alkaline soil is perfect for Erysimum. The variety Bowles Mauve also comes into its own in the garden. Even though the golden violet is hardy, it should be overwintered as a pot plant in a frost-free area.
Even without a lot of care, Bowles Mauve' is very happy to bloom. If faded flowers are removed regularly, this will also encourage flower formation and the plant will continue to produce new flowers into late autumn.
After winter dormancy, the golden violet plant can be cut back by a third in spring without hesitation. After pruning, the plant will sprout again all the more vigorously.
Not only a highlight in the natural garden
Erysimum 'Bowles Mauve' is a visual highlight until late autumn with its abundance of flowers. This plant is perfect in a natural garden or rock garden. Bowles Mauve' also fits harmoniously into Mediterranean gardens. But the golden violet also comes into its own in borders. The plant harmonises very well with ribbon flowers or blue cushions.
When you buy golden violet, you not only beautify your garden, but also transform your garden into a natural garden. The variety 'Bowles Mauve' is a perfect bee pasture and attracts numerous insects