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Dianthus Greystone Pinks Flower
Vigorous plants spread up to 4′ wide with white, fringed, extra-fragrant flowers over blue-gray foliage. Very good for slopes or banks. Dianthus Greystone is an excellent border plant that fills in nicely. The steel-grey foliage makes a tight mound to 4′ wide. In early spring, the clumps are topped with very fragrant, heavily-fringed, single white flowers. We have been waiting for the white counterpart to Dianthus ‘Bath’s Pink’.
Dianthus Neon Star – Pinks
Neon Star Pinks is blanketed in stunning fragrant hot pink frilly flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to mid summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting.Fragrant, single and fringed flowers of flourescent pink over compact, silvery foliage mounds. Excellent for edging and rock gardens.
Dianthus ‘First Love’
First Love’ is a clump-forming hybrid garden pink that is noted for the changing colors of its flowers. Flowers emerge white changing to pink and finally to lavender-rose as they mature, with all colors typically appearing at the same time on a clump. Forms a foliage mound of silvery blue-green leaves rising 15-18″ tall and spreading to 20″ wide. Foliage is evergreen, providing some winter interest to the garden. Masses of heavily fringed, very fragrant, single flowers (to 1.5″ diameter) cover the foliage mound in spring.
Dianthus Rose Shades
A compact flowering plant that will flower its first year. Perfect for containers or landscaping. Has good heat tolerance. Low wide clumps of grey green foliage are covered with blossoms from late spring into summer. The enticing sweet spicy fragrance wafts from the 2″ flowers in shades of pink, red, and rose. Use Dianthus Rose Shades as an edger or spilling over the lip of a bed, wall, or container.
Dianthus Flavora Rose Shades Flowers
Low wide clumps of grey green foliage are covered with blossoms from late spring into summer. The enticing sweet spicy fragrance wafts from the 2″ flowers in shades of pink, red, and rose. Use Dianthus Rose Shades as an edger or spilling over the lip of a bed, wall, or container.
Dianthus Barbatus Flower Wallpapers
Dianthus barbatus is commonly known as a biennial, a plant with a two year life span, but because it can self-seed so easily it can be considered an annual. However, many people prefer to simply buy cold treated plant in the spring and grow them as annuals. As previously mentioned the Sweet William can be propagated by seed but also by division. The plant typically grows to be between one to two feet tall with smaller flowers in a dense, flat-topped terminal cluster that are between three to five inches wide. Sweet William has an upright, round shaped growth habit. Also by placing several plants together you can create a very nice mass of foliage and flowers. Dianthus barbatus does prefer to grow in a full sun to a part shade environment with well drained, slightly alkaline soil. A good tip is to add some lime into the planting soil and the Sweet William will be a much healthier plant.