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(Pinks, Scent First™ 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...

(Dianthus, Pinks, Star 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,...

Image of Dianthus (TELSTAR SERIES) photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(China Pinks, Pinks, Telstar Pinks)

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 Series pinks are perfect for mixed borders, edging, containers, or cottage gardens....

Image of Dianthus barbatus photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Sweet William)

Originally native to southern Europe, sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial. Beloved for its bright clusters of lightly scented flowers borne in summer, this old fashioned favorite self-sows readily to form charming colonies, ensuring its long-lived presence in the garden. Much hybridization has occurred to broaden the range of flower and leaf colors of sweet william, as well as to intensify its fragrance.

Typically blooming in the second...

(Sweet William, White Sweet William)

The snowy white flowers of sweet william ‘Albus’ brings a fresh look to the summer garden. Its dense clusters of single, fringed, lightly scented flowers appear from late spring through midsummer. They rise amid clumps of flat, lance shaped, semi-evergreen foliage, and are visited by bees and butterflies.

Originally native to southern Europe, sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial. Typically blooming in the second season from sowing,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Forerunner Mix Sweet William, Sweet William)

Originally native to southern Europe, sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial. Beloved for its bright clusters of lightly scented flowers borne in summer, this old fashioned favorite self-sows readily to form charming colonies, ensuring its long-lived presence in the garden. Much hybridization has occurred to broaden the range of flower and leaf colors of sweet william, as well as to intensify its fragrance.

Typically blooming in the second...

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Jessie Keith

(Heart Attack Sweet William, Sweet William)

While most cultivars of Sweet William are biennials, 'Heart Attack' performs as a perennial if sheared after flowering, or as a biennial if allowed to self-seed. The plant grows in a thick mat of wiry stems and lance-shaped leaves. In late spring the familiar carnation flowers in flat clusters cover the plant. The flower color is an unusual reddish-black. The species is native to southern Europe.

For best growth and flowering, 'Heart Attack' needs well-drained soil rich in organic matter and...

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James H. Schutte

(Sooty Sweet William, Sweet William)

The deep, dark maroon flowers of sweet william ‘Sooty’ add a striking note of depth to the summer garden. Its dense clusters of single, fringed, disk-like blossoms appear from late spring through midsummer. They rise on sturdy stems rise amid clumps of flat, lance shaped, dark green foliage which bears tints of burgundy. The colorful, lightly scented blooms may be visited by bees and butterflies.

Originally native to southern Europe, sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly...

Image of Dianthus barbatus

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Super Duplex Mix Sweet William, Sweet William)

Originally native to southern Europe, sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial. Beloved for its bright clusters of lightly scented flowers borne in summer, this old fashioned favorite self-sows readily to form charming colonies, ensuring its long-lived presence in the garden. Much hybridization has occurred to broaden the range of flower and leaf colors of sweet william, as well as to intensify its fragrance.

Typically blooming in the second...

Image of Dianthus barbatus

Jesse Saylor

(Sweet Red Sweet William, Sweet William)

Originally native to southern Europe, sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial. Beloved for its bright clusters of lightly scented flowers borne in summer, this old fashioned favorite self-sows readily to form charming colonies, ensuring its long-lived presence in the garden. Much hybridization has occurred to broaden the range of flower and leaf colors of sweet william, as well as to intensify its fragrance.

Typically blooming in the second...