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(Sweet William, Wee Willie Mix Sweet William)

The bicolored flowers of sweet william selection ‘Wee Willie’ add a striking note of depth to the late spring garden. Its dense clusters of single, fringed, disk-like blossoms appear from late spring through midsummer and are in tones of red, pink and white. 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...

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Syngenta

(Barbarini™ Mix Sweet William, Sweet William)

Offering a new take on an old favorite, sweet william in the Barbarini™ Series are distinguished by their compact habit and ability to bloom the first year from seed. This formula mixture includes an array of solid and bicolor flowers in shades of white, pink, lavender, red and purple. The fringed, fragrant blooms are borne in large clusters on short, sturdy stems from late spring through midsummer. They rise amid tufts of narrow, deep green foliage, and are visited by bees and butterflies.

Sweet...

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(Barbarini™ Lilac Sweet William, Sweet William)

A new take on an old favorite, sweet william Barbarini™ Lilac is distinguished by its compact habit and ability to bloom the first year from seed. Its large, fragrant clusters of fringed, deep lavender-pink flowers bloom on short, sturdy stems from late spring through midsummer. They rise amid tufts of narrow, deep green foliage, and are visited by bees and butterflies.

Sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial. Originally native to Europe,...

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Syngenta

(Barbarini™ Purple Bicolor Dianthus, Sweet William)

A new take on an old favorite, sweet william Barbarini™ Purple Bicolor is distinguished by its compact habit and ability to bloom the first year from seed. It bears large, fragrant clusters of fringed, deep purple flowers with paler lavender edges which bloom from late spring through midsummer. They rise on short, sturdy stems amid tufts of narrow, deep green foliage, and are visited by bees and butterflies.

Sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial....

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Syngenta

(Barbarini™ Purple Picotee Sweet William, Sweet William)

A new take on an old favorite, sweet william Barbarini™ Purple Picotee is distinguished by its compact habit and ability to bloom the first year from seed. Blooming from late spring through midsummer, it bears large, fragrant clusters of fringed, deep lavender-purple flowers with contrasting white edges. They rise on short, sturdy stems amid tufts of narrow, deep green foliage, and are visited by bees and butterflies.

Sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual...

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Syngenta

(Barbarini™ Purple Sweet William, Sweet William)

A new take on an old favorite, sweet william Barbarini™ Purple is distinguished by its compact habit and ability to bloom the first year from seed. Its large, fragrant clusters of fringed, deep lavender-purple flowers bloom on short, sturdy stems from late spring through midsummer. They rise amid tufts of narrow, deep green foliage, and are visited by bees and butterflies.

Sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial. Originally native to Europe,...

Image of Dianthus barbatus (BARBARINI™ RED, BARBARINI™ SERIES) photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Barbarini™ Sweet William, Sweet William)

A new take on an old favorite, sweet william Barbarini™ Red is distinguished by its compact habit and ability to bloom the first year from seed. It bears large, fragrant clusters of fringed, deep red flowers with small, lavender eyes which bloom from late spring through midsummer. They rise on short, sturdy stems amid tufts of narrow, deep green foliage, and are visited by bees and butterflies.

Sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial. Originally...

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Syngenta

(Barbarini™ Rose Sweet William, Sweet William)

A new take on an old favorite, sweet william Barbarini™ Rose is distinguished by its compact habit and ability to bloom the first year from seed. Its large, fragrant clusters of saucy, rose-pink flowers appear on short, sturdy stems from late spring through midsummer. They rise amid tufts of narrow, deep green foliage, and are visited by bees and butterflies.

Sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial. Originally native to Europe, this cottage...

Image of Dianthus barbatus (BARBARINI™ SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Sweet William)

Offering a new take on an old favorite, sweet william in the Barbarini™ Series are distinguished by their compact habit and ability to bloom the first year from seed. Their large clusters of single, fringed flowers appear in many solid and bicolor shades of white, red, pink, purple, lavender and rose. They are borne on short, sturdy stems from late spring through midsummer amid tufts of narrow, deep green foliage. Sweetly fragrant, the colorful blooms are also enjoyed by bees and butterflies.

Sweet...

Image of Dianthus barbatus (BARBARINI™ WHITE, BARBARINI™ SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Barbarini™ White Sweet William, Sweet William)

A new take on an old favorite, sweet william Barbarini™ White is distinguished by its compact habit and ability to bloom the first year from seed. Its large, fragrant clusters of fringed, pure white flowers bloom on short, sturdy stems from late spring through midsummer. They rise amid tufts of narrow, deep green foliage, and are visited by bees and butterflies.

Sweet william is a short-lived perennial which is commonly treated as an annual or biennial. Originally native to Europe, this cottage...