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(Dward Double Delphinium)

The Dwarf Double Series of delphinium bears loose spires of double flowers of deep mauve, white, or lilac in early summer. The lush flowers are tinged with a second deeper color and arise from basal clumps of lance-shaped, gray-green leaves. Dward Double delphiniums are shorter than their towering cousins and rarely need to be staked. Plants may rebloom in fall if they are cut back after flowering.

Choose sunny locations for Dward Double Series delphiniums; the soil should be fertile and well...

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Jessie Keith

(Blue Butterfly Larkspur)

Delphinium ‘Blue Butterfly’ is a low-growing perennial which produces loose sprays of vivid, deep blue flowers from late spring to early summer. It is a form of Chinese delphinium, a species native to sunny meadows of northern and eastern Asia. Its single, spurred blossoms are borne on short, well-branched stems which rise from feathery mounds of rich green, fine-textured foliage. The showy blooms are attractive to bees and butterflies, and may continue to reappear throughout much of the summer...

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TL

(Hayscented Fern)

This rapidly spreading, sun-tolerant fern inhabits clearings and open woodlands in eastern and central North America, often forming large colonies. Its common name refers to the hay-like scent of its lacy, yellow-green fronds.

Light green fiddleheads arise from slender underground rhizomes in spring, soon unfurling into upright, triangular fronds. The bipinnately compound fronds are divided into approximately 20 pairs of segments (pinnae) which are themselves divided into pinnules. The frond's...

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(Cheddar Pinks, Twilight Star Cheddar Pinks)

Worthy of top billing in just about any perennial border, Star Series dianthus draw applause with their multicolored, fragrant flowers displayed against compact mounds of handsome blue-green foliage. The fringed, intricately patterned, single flowers are white, pink, red, or purple with boldly contrasting markings. Flowering begins and is heaviest in late spring but may continue sporadically through summer if spent blooms are removed.

Like most pinks, Star Series dianthus like sun and well-drained,...

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James H. Schutte

(Bouquet Purple Pinks, Hybrid Pinks)

This heavy-flowering hybrid offers bright purple-pink blooms early in the season. The upright, branched flower stems rise from clumps of waxy, strappy, evergreen leaves in spring. They become covered with fragrant lacy blooms that are much loved by bees. Deadheading will encourage further bloom but the first flush is always the heaviest.

The Dianthus in the Bouquet Series were developed for the cut flower industry but are great for home gardeners too. They have long, strong stems topped...

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James H. Schutte

(Bouquet Rose Magic Pinks, Hybrid Pinks)

This heavy-flowering hybrid offers multi-colored blooms that are nearly white when they open then darken to pink and finally rose. The upright, branched flower stems rise from clumps of waxy, strappy, evergreen leaves in late spring. They become covered with fragrant lacy blooms that are much loved by bees. Deadheading will encourage further bloom but the first flush is always the heaviest.

The Dianthus in the Bouquet Series were developed for the cut flower industry but are great for...

(Bouquet White Pinks, Hybrid Pinks)

This heavy-flowering hybrid offers clear white blooms early in the season. The upright, branched flower stems rise from clumps of waxy, strappy, evergreen leaves in spring. They become covered with fragrant lacy blooms that are much loved by bees. Deadheading will encourage further bloom but the first flush is always the heaviest.

The Dianthus in the Bouquet Series were developed for the cut flower industry but are great for home gardeners too. They have long, strong stems topped with...

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PlantHaven

(Brilliant Star Cheddar Pinks, Cheddar Pinks)

Worthy of top billing in just about any perennial border, Star Series dianthus draw applause with their multicolored, fragrant flowers displayed against compact mounds of handsome blue-green foliage. The fringed, intricately patterned, single flowers are white, pink, red, or purple with boldly contrasting markings. Flowering begins and is heaviest in late spring but may continue sporadically through summer if spent blooms are removed.

Like most pinks, Star Series dianthus like sun and well-drained,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Confetti Carmine Rose Dianthus, Hybrid Maiden Pinks)

The pretty 'Confetti Carmine Rose' produces a profusion of small, serrated blooms above low growing, tufted, evergreen foliage. It has magenta-pink flowers stenciled with maroon at their centers and edges. Flowering peaks in late spring and early summer and repeats later if plants are deadheaded. The handsome, narrow leaves are gray-green.

These pinks prefer sun or partial shade, but excessive shade will cause legginess and reduced bloom. Plant them in well drained, neutral soil in mixed borders,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Hybrid Maiden Pinks)

Members of the Confetti Series produce a profusion of small, serrated blooms above low growing, tufted, evergreen foliage. The popular cultivar 'Confetti Carmine Rose' has magenta-pink flowers stenciled with maroon at their centers and edges. Flowering peaks in late spring and early summer and repeats later if plants are deadheaded. The handsome, narrow leaves are gray-green.

These pinks prefer sun or partial shade, but excessive shade will cause legginess and reduced bloom. Plant them in well...