DIANTHUS SEEDS

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  1. DIANTHUS ALPINUS

    Requires full sun and sharp drainage and prefers neutral to alkaline soil. Flowers are a really strong, vibrant, cerise-pink, produced in quantity from dark buds in late spring / early summer. It has the typical, nice, glossy-green foliage and is a good grower. ... Learn More

    $2.83

    (10 seeds)

  2. DIANTHUS ARMERIA

    Cute, compact rosettes, with a small footprint, bear longish stems holding multiple heads of attractively-speckled, deep pink flowers. Unlike most pinks, it will happily self-seed around the garden and will not crowd out other plants as some self-seeders do. It is native to most of Europe, from Portugal north to southern Scotland and southern Finland, and east to Ukraine and the Caucasus. Today, populations have been introduced to, and have become naturalised in New Zealand and much of North America. ... Learn More

    $2.62

  3. DIANTHUS BADENIA

    A lovely colour-break from the normally pale pink, and exceptionally lovely dwarf, the 'Cheddar Pink', which is now an extremely rare British native. A spreading carpet of thin grey leaves, no more than an inch or two tall, is studded with very fragrant bright red flowers throughout spring. It thrives best on a rock garden or in a well-drained spot! ... Learn More

    $3.22

    (10 seeds)

  4. DIANTHUS BARBATUS MIXED

    All colours of this popular bedding plant are included in this complete mixture. In spring, few plants can compare with the colour and fragrance of these garden stalwart, which although they are short-lived perennials can make a blaze of colour all spring and summer-long! ... Learn More

    $1.69

    (+400 seeds)

  5. DIANTHUS BARBATUS 'AURICULA EYED MIX'

    An easy to grow traditional cottage garden plant with a spicy-scent, these lovely Sweet Williams have huge single flowers each with an attractive eye. With low mounds of grass-like foliage, the vivid green stems are topped with dense, flat clusters of flowers with fringed petals in a patchwork colours, dark tapestry rubies, fuchsia, scarlet, purple and white. Sweet Williams make a long-lasting, fragrant cut flower, and are an excellent choice for dried flower arrangements. Place them in the middle ground of the flower border or in containers, mass plantings and meadows. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (200 seeds)

  6. DIANTHUS BARBATUS 'CROWN DOUBLE MIX'

    Fully double mix of clusters of large, colourful flowers on long strong stems. Each flower head is made up of many upward facing, individual flowers in all shades of pink and white. Grow in a mixed border in full sun for best results. All Sweet Williams are extremely easy to grow and very prolific giving you lots of flowers for not much time, money or effort. Ideal as a cut flower for the home or for weddings bouquets and other special events. ... Learn More

    $2.13

    (200 seeds)

  7. DIANTHUS CAESIUS

    The lovely 'Cheddar Pink' is now an extremely rare British native. A spreading carpet of thin grey-green leaves, no more than an inch or two tall, is studded with very fragrant pink flowers throughout spring. It does best on a rock garden or in a well-drained spot! ... Learn More

    $2.89

  8. DIANTHUS CARTHUSIANORUM

    This perennial sprouts tufts of grey-green, grass-like leaves, above which, from mid-summer to early autumn, it bears clusters of delicate, pink-red scented flowers on upright, wiry stems. ... Learn More

    $2.23

  9. DIANTHUS CHINENSIS MIX

    A taller variety of pink (aka chinese pink) which produces an abundence of frilly petalled flowers, which in this mixture come in a variety of shades and patterns from red through to pink. A reliable but also short lived variety that we recommend treating as an annual. Suitable for many situations be that in a border or taller schemed container. ... Learn More

    $1.69

    (300+ seeds)

  10. DIANTHUS CRUENTUS

    Clusters of deepest blood-red flowers are held on wiry stems above grassy foliage. Thriving in poor, well drained soil in full sun, this brilliant new perennial well-deserves its common name of "Blood Carnation". It looks wonderful planted amongst ornamental grasses, planted in gravel gardens or even planted in more wild effect gardens. And it is yet another great plant for attracting bees and butterflies into the garden, and if content will naturalise moderately. This new, rare and most-gorgeous, bone hardy, soundly perennial dark red Dianthus was used by Cleve West, to make a sensation when the Daily Telegraph garden won best in show at Chelsea 2011. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $2.89

    (20 seeds)

  11. New

    DIANTHUS DANCING GEISHA

    This superb and extremely unusual form of pink has two distinctive features. The petals, which come in shades from palest pink to red, are deeply and delicately slashed into countless thousands of thin wavy fronds, producing an incredible effect when the clump is in full flower. But the most overwhelming and instantly noticeable aspect is the perfume. Very few of this famous family can compete with the constant production of sweet scent over a long season of bloom. ... Learn More

    $3.76

    (20 seeds)

  12. DIANTHUS DELTOIDES ALBUS CONFETTI

    This is the unusual pure white form of the fragrant " Maiden Pink". It will gently self-seed if happy and always produces white seedlings unless near to other red forms with which it may hybridise. ... Learn More

    $2.23

  13. DIANTHUS DELTOIDES 'PINK MAIDEN'

    This is the wild form of this very easy and popular rockery or container plant carrying masses of deep pink flowers over clumps of green leaves. It positively thrives in a hot spot! ... Learn More

    $1.96

  14. DIANTHUS FRAGRANS

    Although this pink generally has a sprawling habit this is more than made up for by the powerful perfume produced by the masses of pure white flowers which bear finely-toothed petals. ... Learn More

    $2.72

  15. DIANTHUS GIGANTEUS

    A fascinating plant for a wild garden with many long arching stems holding compound heads of numerous bright red flowers, "giganteus" refers to the size of the plant! The unopened flower buds, which are very similar to Dianthus carthusianorum, bear a marked resemblance to a returning space capsule! ... Learn More

    $2.13

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