Dianthus


An eye-catching plant for late spring sales. Emerges with deep red foliage in spring, maturing to deep green and returning to burgundy in fall. Clusters of dramatic velvety red flowers top the dark stems for many weeks. Tends to be more perennial than most in this species. Introduced by: Plant Delights Nursery


Looking right at home in prairie style plantings and flower borders, this tall, see-through perennial acts like Verbena bonariensis, reseeding where it's happy. Flat-topped clusters of 6-8, fragrant, brilliant pink flowers which attract pollinators appear on strong, wiry stems above the grass-like, mounding foliage.


This classic hardy Dianthus features soft pink, clove-scented, 1" single flowers with fringed petals for many weeks in spring. Forms a low, dense carpet of blue-gray, evergreen foliage. Shearing back after blooming keeps plants tidy and may promote rebloom.


Shocking magenta pink, clove-scented, 1" single flowers with fringed petals are extremely eye-catching for spring sales. Forms a low, dense carpet of deep blue, evergreen foliage. Shearing back after blooming keeps plants tidy and may promote rebloom.


A fun spring bloomer with great impulse appeal. Pleasantly fragrant, small, double, rose pink flowers appear like lollipops atop a low, dense carpet of gray-green, evergreen foliage. Shearing back after blooming keeps plants tidy and may promote rebloom.


Expect masses of vivid pink, intensely fragrant, 1" single flowers on strong stems from late spring, reblooming to fall on this eye catching alpine hybrid. Low mounding, gray-green foliage is completely blanketed in blooms. Shearing back after flowering keeps plants tidy and promotes consistent rebloom. Introduced by: Concept Plants.