DIANTHUS SEEDS

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  1. DIANTHUS GLACIALIS

    Fragrant, white-throated, pink flowers on very short stems, open on compact cushions of narrow green leaves. Growing at up to 10,000 feet in the Alps this rare and tiny plant is perfect for rockery, scree or pot in the alpine house. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  2. DIANTHUS HAEMATOCALYX PINDICOLA

    from the Balkans comes one of the best alpine pinks which makes slowly-spreading mats of grey-green pointed leaves, which are totally obscured in season by the delightful fragrant pink flowers which are magnets for bees and butterflies. This is a perfect plant for a wall or scree, where it will improve yearly. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  3. DIANTHUS KNAPPII

    This rare and outstandingly lovely plant is the only yellow dianthus. Large, multiple heads bear successive flowers until late autumn over small narrow, grey-green leaves. It is native to the hot dry hills of Hungary and Yugoslavia. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  4. DIANTHUS MONSPESSULANUS

    Rarely seen or grown, this perfumed treasure forms a mat of fine, grass-like foliage, above which open deeply-fringed, pale lavender or pink flowers. These are borne over a long period in summer and such is the delicious fragrance of the blooms they can be detected at a considerable distance in its rocky mountain home, where it grows in arid grasslands, woodlands and heathlands. In the garden plant it near the house where the fragrance can waft indoors or otherwise use at the front of a border or on a rock garden. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  5. DIANTHUS MYRTINERVIS

    Another alpine gem from the alpine meadows of Albania with a dense carpet of short, pointed, grey-green leaves, and bearing inch flowers of a most brilliant red-purple. Very hardy and long-lived whether grown in a pot or a rockery. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  6. DIANTHUS PAVONIUS

    A splendid variety forming a low carpet or cushion of blue-green leaves, and sizeable single starry flowers in late spring, which are in various shades of pink, many with attractive concentric patterns and colours on the flowers, and all with a sweet clove fragrance. These are so called because the species name, pavonius, comes from the Latin "pavo" meaning "like a peacock". These compact plants are ideal for scree or rockery. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  7. DIANTHUS PLUMARIUS

    Arching 12” stems hold spicy-sweet, fragrant blooms in a mix of rose, pink & white well above the blue-grey foliage from June until October. These heirloom single and semi-double pinks, which are often difficult to find, and are ideal for cutting, may be cut back after blooming for a second flush of flowers in late summer. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  8. DIANTHUS SELECT MIXTURE

    Seed collected from the named varieties and scarce species in our gardens, and also supplied by other keen growers. Few of them individually produce enough to list, so we offer this choice mixture, many of which are exceedingly fragrant. It should Include Dianthus 'Highland Frazer', squarosus, pindicola, pinifolius, haematocalyx, 'Fairfolly' and many more, and we also include some annual species which may germinate very quickly. But keep the seed tray for at least 12 months as some alpines are very slow to appear. ... Learn More

    $2.77

  9. DIANTHUS SUPERBUS

    Correctly-named, this lovely flower opens feathery, strongly-fragrant flowers, with deeply-cut petals of a gentle, pale, rose-lilac colour. On the edge of a border or on a rock garden it makes a perfect scented specimen. It is completely hardy, indeed, in the wild it occurs in northernmost Spain and France, right up to arctic Norway, and east to Japan, in the south of its range it occurs at high altitudes up to 2,400 m. ... Learn More

    $2.77

  10. DIANTHUS SYLVESTRIS

    This attractive, quite scarce and sometimes variable plant, has very fragrant, deep or pale pink flowers. It is found heights at heights of up to 6,000 metres in the Cevennes, northern Pyrenees, Jura, and the Apennines, where it flowers from June to early September. For keen lepidopterists, it is pollinated primarily by moths of the genus Hadena which lay their eggs in the buds! ... Learn More

    $3.38

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