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(Forerunner 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 (Indian Carpet Mix) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Indian Carpet Sweet William, Sweet William)

Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) is a short-lived perennial native to southern Europe and long prized in gardens for its flat-topped heads of colorful, often spotted flowers. Indian Carpet is a compact, seed-grown strain of sweet William noted for its dense, dwarf habit and showy, dark-eyed flowers. The large heads of white, pink, and red blooms are particularly eye-catching en masse. The foliage is green and lance-shaped. Plant in full sun and moist, well-drained soil that is neutral to slightly...

(Midget Mix Sweet William, Sweet William)

The short stems of sweet william ‘Midget Mix’ are topped with dense clusters of solid and bicolor flowers in shades of white, pink, red and lavender. Blooming from late spring through midsummer, its bright blossoms rise amid clumps of narrow, semi-evergreen foliage, and may be 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,...

(Super Duplex 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...

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...

(Carnation)

The presumed parent of the familiar florist's carnation, this tender herbaceous perennial from the Mediterranean region bears starry, purple-pink flowers in late spring and summer. The fringed, clove-scented, five-petaled blooms are clustered on tall jointed stems above evergreen tufts of linear, grass-like, blue-green leaves.

Famous for their large, colorful, and often fragrant double flowers, florist's carnations result from centuries of breeding of Dianthus caryophyllus. The large...

Image of Dianthus deltoides photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Maiden Pink)

Few pinks are as colorful and pretty as the summer-flowering maiden pink. This low mat-forming perennial originates from Western Europe and Asia where is resides on rocky ground and open grasslands. It produces a carpet of small pink, white or rosy red flowers that rise from short, slender stems. The blooms are lightly fragrant, attractive to bees and butterflies and shine above the thick mat of fine, dense, blue-green foliage.

Maiden pink performs best in full sun and porous well-drained soil...

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James H. Schutte

(Arctic Fire Maiden Pink, Maiden Pink)

The delicate, lacy flowers of ‘Arctic Fire’ are small and white with a rose-red halo in the center of each. This low mat-forming perennial originates from Western Europe and Asia where is resides on rocky ground and open grasslands. It produces a carpet of flowers that rise from short, slender stems. The blooms are lightly fragrant, attractive to bees and butterflies and shine above the thick mat of fine, dense, blue-green foliage.

Maiden pink performs best in full sun and porous well-drained...

Image of Dianthus deltoides

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Brilliant Maiden Pink, Maiden Pink)

The delicate, lacy flowers of ‘Brilliant’ are vibrant red with a darker red halo. This super short, mat-forming perennial originates from Western Europe and Asia where is resides on rocky ground and open grasslands. It produces a carpet of flowers that rise from short, slender stems. The blooms are lightly fragrant, attractive to bees and butterflies and shine above the thick mat of fine, dense, dark blue-green foliage with bronzy hues.

Maiden pink performs best in full sun and porous well-drained...

(Flashing Light Maiden Pink, Maiden Pink)

The delicate, lacy flowers of ‘Flashing Light’ are vibrant scarlet red with very dark halos. This super short, mat-forming perennial originates from Western Europe and Asia where is resides on rocky ground and open grasslands. It produces a carpet of flowers that rise from short, slender stems. The blooms are lightly fragrant, attractive to bees and butterflies and shine above the thick mat of fine, dense, dark blue-green foliage with purple hues.

Maiden pink performs best in full sun and porous...