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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...

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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...

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James Burghardt

(Cheddar Pinks, Pop 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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PlantHaven

(Candy Floss Dianthus, Dianthus, Pinks)

The genus Dianthus comprises approximately 300 species and more than 27,000 cultivars. Collectively known as “pinks”, these showy flowering plants have been grown for many hundreds of years. Their common name was given for the sharply-toothed petal tips of their flowers, which look like they were cut by pinking shears.

Nearly all Dianthus species hail from Eurasia and northern Africa, while only one originates from North America. Most are herbaceous tender perennials; however...

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PlantHaven

(Cheddar Pinks, Evening 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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PlantHaven

(Dianthus, Pinks, Tickled Pink Dianthus)

The genus Dianthus comprises approximately 300 species and more than 27,000 cultivars. Collectively known as “pinks”, these showy flowering plants have been grown for many hundreds of years. Their common name was given for the sharply-toothed petal tips of their flowers, which look like they were cut by pinking shears.

Nearly all Dianthus species hail from Eurasia and northern Africa, while only one originates from North America. Most are herbaceous tender perennials; however...

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John Rickard

(Cheddar Pinks, Dessert Raspberry Swirl Cheddar Pinks)

Dessert without the guilt! This scrumptious dianthus hybrid offers dense compact growth, blue-green leaves, and fragrant white flowers edged and splotched in fruity raspberry red. Flowering from late spring through summer, it makes a delicious addition to a mixed border, cottage garden, or container.

This pink thrives in sun and well drained, slightly alkaline soil. It's best to treat it as an annual in areas with harsh winters. Excellent vigor and disease resistance are the cherry on top of...

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Jessie Keith

(Dianthus, Pinks, Shooting Star Dianthus)

The Star Series dianthus are hybrid perennials selected for their compact mounded habit, blue-green leaves, and brilliantly colored, fragrant flowers. The cultivar 'Devon Starling' (Shooting Star) bears bright purple flowers with a magenta-purple central halo. Flowering begins and is heaviest in late spring but may continue sporadically through summer if spent blooms are removed.

Like most Dianthus, this selection likes sun and well-drained, slightly alkaline soil. It offers better vigor and...

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Yoder Brothers

(Cheddar Pinks, Raspberry Surprise Cheddar Pinks)

Dianthus ‘Raspberry Surprise’ is an evergreen perennial hybrid by famed breeder John Whetman. Topped with a profusion of spicy-fragrant double blooms, it is a compact plant with tidy mounds of blue-green, grass-like foliage which is durable throughout the year. The pink flowers with burgundy centers begin in late spring and continue until the weather is very hot. The petals are strongly toothed.

Plant ‘Raspberry Surprise’ in full sun or part shade in well-drained moist soil. It will bloom in...

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PlantHaven

(Cheddar Pinks, Starlette 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,...