Advanced Search Filters

Plant Type
Hardiness Zone
Heat Zone
Sunset Zone
Function
Sun Exposure
Soil Moisture
Water Requirement

Plants Matching usda hardiness zone 3

Returned 3509 results. Page 73 of 351.

Image of Dianthus

Blooms of Bressingham

(Dianthus, Oakington Dianthus)

Clove-scented, semi-double, lavender-pink flowers cover ‘Oakington’ in abundance in late spring. This Blooms of Bressingham introduction has an old-fashioned look ideal for cottage gardens or sunny perennial borders.

Its neat mounds of blue-green strappy leaves are evergreen and look clean and pretty all year around. From late spring to midsummer, it offers waves of short, upright, branched stems topped with fragrant, pink flowers. The semi-double blooms look like small carnations and are great...

Image of Dianthus

Jessie Keith

(Dianthus, Old Spice Dianthus)

The favorite, old-fashioned ‘Old Spice’ has charming, extremely fragrant, salmon to coral-pink flowers. This hybrid perennial has a pretty cottage garden look and is easy to grow if given the right conditions.

Like most pinks, ‘Old Spice’ offers mounds of silvery blue, linear leaves that are evergreen. From late spring into midsummer, its branched, upright stems carry fragrant, fully double blossoms of salmon to coral-pink with jagged edges. The blooms look like small carnations and are great...

Image of Dianthus

PlantHaven

(Dianthus, Stardust 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...

Image of Dianthus

Yoder Brothers

(Dianthus, Pinks, Pixie Star Dianthus)

Worthy of top billing in just about any perennial border, Star Series dianthus draw attention and applause with their multicolored, fragrant flowers displayed against compact mounds of handsome blue-green foliage. The cultivar 'Pixie Star' has fringed, vivid pink, single flowers with a magenta eye ring. 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, slightly...

Image of Dianthus

Jessie Keith

(Hybrid Sweet William)

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...

(Dianthus, Telstar Carmine Rose Dianthus)

With its showy flowers and long season of bloom, this hybrid of sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) and Dianthus chinensis is a star of the late spring, summer, and fall garden (or the winter garden in mild climates). Flat heads of dramatic, magenta-rose flowers emerge in late spring and seem to float atop compact, narrow-leaved plants. The fringed blooms are mildly fragrant.

Telstar Carmine Rose is perfect for mixed borders, edging, containers, or cottage gardens. It also works well as...

Image of Dianthus

Jessie Keith

(Dianthus, Telstar Crimson Dianthus)

With its showy flowers and long season of bloom, this hybrid of sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) and Dianthus chinensis is a star of the late spring, summer, and fall garden (or the winter garden in mild climates). Flat heads of brilliant red flowers flecked with white stamens emerge in late spring and seem to float atop compact, narrow-leaved plants. The fringed blooms are mildly fragrant.

Telstar Crimson is perfect for mixed borders, edging, containers, or cottage gardens. It also...

(Dianthus, Telstar Mix Dianthus)

With their showy flowers and long season of bloom, these hybrids of sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) and Dianthus chinensis are stars of the late spring, summer, and fall garden (or the winter garden in mild climates). Flat heads of white, pink, purple, salmon, red, or picotee flowers emerge in late spring and seem to float atop compact, narrow-leaved plants. The fringed blooms are mildly fragrant.

Telstar Mix is perfect for mixed borders, edging, containers, or cottage gardens. It also...

Image of Dianthus

James H. Schutte

(Dianthus, Telstar Picotee Dianthus)

With its showy flowers and long season of bloom, this hybrid of sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) and Dianthus chinensis is a star of the late spring, summer, and fall garden (or the winter garden in mild climates). Flat heads of raspberry-red, white-edged flowers emerge in late spring and seem to float atop compact, narrow-leaved plants. The fringed blooms are mildly fragrant.

Telstar Picotee is perfect for mixed borders, edging, containers, or cottage gardens. It also works well as...

(Dianthus, Telstar Pink Dianthus)

With its showy flowers and long season of bloom, this hybrid of sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) and Dianthus chinensis is a star of the late spring, summer, and fall garden (or the winter garden in mild climates). Flat heads of rosy pink flowers with pale pink edges emerge in late spring and seem to float atop compact, narrow-leaved plants. The fringed blooms are mildly fragrant.

Telstar Pink is perfect for mixed borders, edging, containers, or cottage gardens. It also works well as...