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Scent First® Romance Dianthus (Garden Pinks) is compact in habit, but not short on blooms. It gives sunny gardens a beautiful display of salmon pink blooms in late spring and a spic...
Arctic Fire Dianthus blossoms shine with brilliant ruby-red eyes glowing against dazzling white petals. Commonly known as Garden Pinks, plants explode with a profusion of flowers in ...
Stunning, purple and white blooms will fill the garden with their sweet fragrance all summer long. Great for the front of the garden or containers. (Dianthus barbarini)...
Fire Star Dianthus blooms from late spring to fall. The red blooms are fragrant, loved by song birds and make for an excellent low maintenance border or ground cover. Cut back aft...
Dianthus KahoriPPAF is a pink, scented and tidy border plant. It reaches heights of 10” to 12” inches. Its compact foliage is not only great for borders but ground cover. Its ...
Carnations all have the same botanical name, Dianthus - and they're all beautiful to behold. Since Elizabethan times, Dianthus have added great color and their distinctive clove fragrance to rock gardens and walkway borders. From the small, brilliant-hued pinks to the full-sized powder-puff carnations, these charming blooms are wonderful for garden color and elegant arrangements.